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From Science Daily on 01-Aug-2018 09:37

Red knots make an amazing journey from their breeding grounds in the Canadian Arctic to their winter habitat in South America and back each year. Their numbers have fallen precipitously in recent decades, and with such a broad range, determining what's behind the shorebird's decline is a huge challenge. A new study has determined that while there is plenty of breeding habitat to support today's population, climate change could pose a threat in the future.


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