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England’s Estuaries Being Left Exposed

Over half of England’s estuaries are at risk of losing essential habitats. A combination of rising seas, lower drought river levels and new weirs and dams are shrinking these vital habitats. Locally, estuaries play host to many species of wader but … Continued

Losing Saline Lakes will take Phalarope Species down too

Two species of Phalaropes, the Wilson’s Phalarope (Phalaropus tricolor) and the Red-necked Phalarope (Phalaropus lobatus) use North American saline lakes for their mid-life stages. Virtually all Wilson’s Phalaropes stage here, with up to 60% of the population spotted in a single lake’s … Continued

Wader Quest Brasil / Projeto Aves Limícolas update

The indefatigable team of Bruno Lima and Karina Ávila of Wader Quest Brasil / Projeto Aves Limícolas, recently attended an event in Ilha Comprida (Long Island – São Paulo) with the Ilha Comprida Bird watching Club (Clube de Observadores de … Continued

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