The decline in long-distance migrant landbird populations is an important, growing conservation concern. This has prompted much new targeted research but an overview and gap analysis is lacking. Here, science and policy experts will review recent advances and identify future science, policy and practice priorities at the flyway scale. These will be made available to science community through peer reviewed paper and policy through, for example, briefs for UN Convention on Migratory Species (CMS), the Convention on Biological Diversity, the UN Convention Combating Desertification.
This project is funded by the CCI Collaborative Fund for Conservation.