Arctic Migratory Birds Initiative (AMBI): Revised Workplan 2015-2019. CAFF Strategies Series No. 6
Johnston, J. V.
Lanctot, R. B.
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The East Asian-Australasian Flyway (EAAF) is a migratory corridor that stretches from the Russian Far East and Alaska, southwards through East Asia and Southeast Asia, to Australia and New Zealand, encompassing 22 countries and supporting over 50 million migratory birds from over 250 populations, including 33 globally threatened and 30 near-threatened species. During the AMBI evaluation and revision process carried out at the mid-way point of the project in 2017, the boundaries of this flyway were extended to include India to emphasize the importance of this area for Arctic breeding migratory birds within the region.
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