Western Hemisphere Shorebird Reserve Network

Western Hemisphere Shorebird Reserve Network

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  • Bird Watching Texas Style

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  • WHSRN Designation Ceremony

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  • Cabo Rojo National Wildlife Refuge Celebrating 10 years of the first WHSRN

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  • 30 Years of BirdsCaribbean and Counting—The Party Continues!!

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  • Shorebird Migration

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  • America: Country or Continent?

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  • Pregnancy and Reproduction Explained

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  • What is CONSERVATION MOVEMENT? What does CONSERVATION MOVEMENT mean? CONSERVATION MOVEMENT meaning

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  • Soar Alongside Migrating Birds—and the Man Who Flies With Them | National Geographic

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  • Habitats Song

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  • NEST [Contains instrumental excerpt from "New Divide" written and performed by Linkin Park]

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  • Intro to Fishing - Waders and Wading Boots

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  • The wreck of the S.S. Atlantus slowly fading into Delaware Bay

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The Western Hemisphere Shorebird Reserve Network (WHSRN) is a conservation strategy targeting shorebirds in the Americas launched in 1985. Its aim is to protect the nesting, breeding and staging habitats of migratory shorebirds. The first site to be classified was Delaware Bay, which was dedicated in May 1986 as a site of Hemispheric Importance.

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