The large-scale drivers of population declines in a long-distance migratory shorebird. The study results suggest the need for new areas for migratory wader research and conservation priorities including Yellow Sea region and Russian far-East. Animal Conservation. These pressures impact on the waterbirds that spend the non-breeding season in these countries as well as those waterbirds that use the central parts of the flyway during migration. This means that despite the SDMs predicting smaller range areas, the predictions match better the recorded distributions for almost all species examined compared to the expert-derived maps Fig 9. Presentations included:.
What is a Flyway? Enhance flyway research and monitoring activities, build knowledge and promote exchange of information on waterbirds and their habitats. It also suggests a need to increase the coverage and percentage of current PA network to achieve Aichi Target 11 for Flyway countries, including giving stronger consideration to the temporal dynamics of wader migration. Integrated management of waterbirds: beyond the conventional. The estimated species ranges of the bar-tailed godwit Limosa lapponica is used to illustrate the discrepancy between results from the two different approaches, particularly in the Yellow Sea region S2 Fig. However, MaxEnt has predominantly been used to model the distribution of species that show little seasonal change in site occupancy. A national plan for shorebird conservation in Australia