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Reintroduction has often been used as a technique for re‐establishing self‐sustaining animal populations that have become extinct within their indigenous range. To achieve conservation success, it is essential to accurately assess the demographic parameters and the IUCN Red List criteria of the...
Migratory birds typically fly long distances in response to large‐scale seasonal climate variation. However, most migratory species are partial migrants, and some fly only short distances, for example to take advantage of suitable feeding conditions during the non‐breeding season. In spite of...
Worldwide populations of shorebirds are declining, associated with a complex interplay of climate change, predation, human disturbance and habitat degradation. Comprehensive information on the distribution and breeding ecology of shorebird populations is crucial to understand and mitigate these...
Determining the non‐breeding distribution and activity patterns of migratory animals is essential to understand the trade‐offs across breeding, moulting and migratory periods and to evaluate the differential levels of exposure of these animals to threats throughout the year. By taking advantage...
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