Looking out for waterbirds from high above

UNSW's annual waterbird survey—a unique dataset that allows scientists to monitor more than 50 species, and assess the health of rivers and wetlands—kicked off in early October. Even though it's all a little bit different ...

Protected areas help waterbirds adapt to climate change

Climate change pushes species distribution areas northward. However, the expansion of species ranges is not self-evident due to e.g. habitat degradation and unsustainable harvesting caused by human activities. A new study ...

Indian Kashmir begins bird census at Himalayan wetlands

A meticulous counting of waterbirds began Tuesday in the wetlands and marshes of India's portion of the Himalayan region of Kashmir, which attracts species migrating from as far as northern Europe and Japan.

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