The East Atlantic Flyway of Coastal Birds

50 Years of Exciting Moments in Nature Conservation and Research


🖊️ Peter Prokosch (Editor)

The East Atlantic Flyway is a spectacular migratory route for millions of shorebirds, covering 16,000 kilometers from Arctic breeding grounds to wintering destinations in Europe and Africa.

Accompanying intrepid ornithologists, we explore the secrets of shorebirds’ migrations, delving into bird biology, coastal landscapes, and wilderness. Their stories unveil the creation of a “string of pearls” – protected areas along the flyway, a result of collaborative efforts.

Despite threats like climate change, these tales provide hope and optimism for the future, as they highlight the importance of conservation efforts and the understanding bird biology and behavior.

Due March 2024. Thank you for your patience.

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