Following Curlews Across the West: Grasslands, Agricultural Lands and Intertidal MudflatsIntermountain West Joint Venture E-Mail Newsletter (2015)
The fate of a wildlife species is at times dependent on its ability to persist across a large landscape that may be losing priority habitat, or experiencing degradation. The Long-billed Curlew, a migratory North American shorebird, is one such species that has declined throughout its range. Grasslands are dwindling where curlews breed while wetlands and other foraging habitats may be disappearing on their wintering grounds.
Publication DateFall 2015
Citation InformationStephanie Coates and Jay D. Carlisle. "Following Curlews Across the West: Grasslands, Agricultural Lands and Intertidal Mudflats" Intermountain West Joint Venture E-Mail Newsletter (2015)
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