Diagrams linking drivers, changes in management and the likely winners and losers amongst the Afro-Palearctic migrant bird community

Diagrams linking drivers, changes in management and the likely winners and losers amongst the Afro-Palearctic migrant bird community

A set of diagrams linking drivers, changes in management and the likely winners and losers amongst the Afro-Palearctic migrant  bird community were produced as part of the CCI funded project Reversing the declines of African-Palaearctic migrants: understanding the social and economic factors driving land use change in sub-Saharan West African wintering areas.

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CCI (2010) Diagrams linking
drivers, changes in management and the likely winners and losers amongst the Afro-Palearctic migrant  bird community, Cambridge Conservation Initiative, Cambridge, UK

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Reversing the declines of African‐Palaearctic migrants

Understanding the social and economic factors driving land use change in sub‐Saharan West African wintering areasThere is widespread concern about the population status of Palaearctic-African migrant birds. Long-distance migrant species are declining across Europe. Of the long-distance migrant passerines species that travel to sub-Saharan Africa 71% have declined. The Sahel region is a key habitat…