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flyway

(flī'wā),
Migratory paths of birds and wildfowl, important for tracking the spread of West Nile Virus (q.v.) and other human pathogens spread by avian vectors.

flyway

The air corridor used by migratory birds to go from point A to point B.
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"Based on banding and other data, the number of Atlantic population Canada geese killed in the other Atlantic Flyway regions is fairly low, which is why the restrictive limit will be two per day in the mid-Atlantic and New England."
It is also called as the Green Route or more commonly Indus Flyway. Ali Mohammad Nizamani said water shortage in canal system, less rains and alarmingly growing contamination have systematically poisoned the lakes in Sindh and they would gradually die if preventive steps are not taken on emergency basis.
On Friday thousands of farmers from different villages of Gautam Budh Nagar district marched towards Delhi, raising slogans and causing severe disruption of traffic on the Delhi-Noida flyway which had to be then shut causing inconvenience to commuters.
We categorized geographic region of virus collection by migratory flyway (Pacific, Central, Mississippi) and host type as chicken, turkey, wild bird, or backyard poultry.
He will also share information on capturing the health properties of mushroom through tinctures, a value-added product produced by Flyway Family Farm.
Banding data suggested that few mallards from the prairies were harvested in the Atlantic Flyway, and biologists in the east weren't seeing the declines observed in the prairies.
The UAE last month hosted a unique conservation Summit for the Flyways, bringing together experts, civil society, governments and international organisations to consider the way forward of developing renewable energies in ways that are not detrimental to the environment.
The number of wintering individuals in the NWE flyway has been gradually increasing during the second half of the 20th century as the breeding range expanded.
Millions of migratory birds, which travel along the flyway twice yearly, will receive greater protection if the proposal is adopted.
Since the flyway has become toll free, the MCD toll booth has been placed barely metres away from the dismantled booths, to collect toll from the commercial vehicles.
Christmas Bird Count data for the Pacific Flyway show an upward trend in EUWI numbers beginning in the 1960s and continuing today (National Audubon Society 2009), although reasons for this trend are unclear (Edgell 1984).