This year, Canada goose hunters in the Atlantic Flyway
will be under a "restrictive" season of 30 days with a daily bag limit of two geese per day in 2019.
The H5N8 virus came from East Asia, entered North America during the fall 2014 migration season (7), and spread rapidly along the wild bird flyways
in the United States starting in December 2014.
As well as having an enormous potential for solar and wind energy, the Middle East represents a geographical bottleneck in the African Eurasian Flyway
in an important migration corridor.
The probability that an individual ringed in the NWE flyway
was latter recovered in the same flyway
, or one of the other two (the CE and SWA flyways
), as well as possible changes of this probability over time, were assessed by computing the number of individuals ringed in the NWE flyway
(including the overlapping zone with CE flyway
) and later recovered in each of the three flyways
for each of the three periods considered (Fig.
As California wetlands provide winter habitat for between 4 and 5 million waterfowl, including 70 to 80% of Pacific Flyway
wigeon (for example, 76% in 2008; USFWS 2014b), our study goal was to gain a better understanding of the migration chronology and temporal pattern of wetland use by EUWI in the Sacramento Valley, California.
Bar-headed geese and ruddy shelducks spend the winter in India, Nepal, Bangladesh and Myanmar before they fly the Central Asian flyway
to breed in Mongolia.
In total, the flyway
passes through 22 countries with approximately 5 million birds traveling along it.
Atlantic and Mississippi Flyway
hunters will enjoy a four bluebill-per-day limit, up from two; Central Flyway
hunters can shoot six bluebills; and Pacific Flyway
hunters can take seven bluebills per day, up from a three-per-day limit.
From the breeding grounds to Bayou Meto, those two factors influence everything from the spring hatch to pushing ducks down the flyway
to what they do when they get to Arkansas.
The international conference titled 'Oman as a Gravitational Centre in the Global Flyway
Network of Migratory Shorebirds' is scheduled to be held from November 14 to 16.
To fuel their remarkable journeys, the birds need suitable feeding sites along their flyway
, or route.