Strategy for the conservation of migratory waterbirds in Arctic wetlands

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This document is a strategy aimed at conservation of waterbirds for the Nenets Autonomous Okrug in Northwest Russia, at the Arctic northern end of the East Atlantic Flyway. It was developed under the project “From the Arctic to Africa: Migratory birds connecting wetlands and people”, funded by Arcadia.

The From the Arctic to Africa project aimed to connect people along the East Atlantic Flyway, which covers the migratory route from West Africa to the Northwest Russian Arctic, in order to protect wetlands and waterbirds. The project focused on two globally important ecoregions for migratory waterbirds: the Senegal River Delta and the Arctic coastal tundra in Nenets AO.

Strategy for the conservation of migratory waterbirds in Arctic wetlands

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