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Migratory Bird Day: How birds connect the world

Migratory birds

The World Migratory Bird Day 2020 will be celebrated by people across the world on Saturday, October 10 with the theme “Birds Connect Our World”. Migratory birds The theme, it was gathered, highlights the importance of conserving and restoring the ecological connectivity and integrity of ecosystems that support the natural movements of migratory birds and that are essential for their ...

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2020 World Migratory Bird Day themed ‘Birds Connect Our World’

Migratory birds

Birds can be found everywhere: in cities and in the countryside; in parks and backyards, in forests and mountains, and in wetlands and along the shores. They connect all these habitats and they connect us, reminding us of our own connection to the planet, the environment, wildlife and each other. Through their seasonal movements, migratory birds also remind us of nature’s cycles. ...

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Mongolian wildlife to get safe passage

Bradnee Chambers

CMS-backed meeting explores actions to make roads, railways and fences in Mongolia more wildlife-friendly Representatives of governments, industry, development banks, UN agencies, NGOs and scientists met in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia from 24 to 28 August to find solutions to ensure that steppe animals are able to cross roads, railways and fences. The growing exploitation of the natural resources in the Gobi-Steppe ecosystem ...

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