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Tracking great reed-warblers' incredible African migration


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Populations of many birds that migrate between Eurasia and Africa are in decline, and species that depend on wetlands are especially in trouble. Without knowing what habitats they use throughout their annual wanderings, however, it's hard to plan effective conservation measures. To fill in these gaps, the researchers behind a new study from The Condor: Ornithological Applications tracked five Great Reed-Warblers over the course of two years, identifying key areas along their amazing cross-continental journeys.


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