Plans for the Future

  1. Introduction
  2. Predators
  3. Loss of Habitat
  4. Contaminants
  5. Change in Migration Routes
  6. Climate Change
  7. Plans for the Future
  • Researchers weighing sandpipers.Dedication of Panama Bay as an internationally significant site and part of the Western Hemisphere Shorebird Reserve Network: October 2005
  • Discovery of other routes for Panama and Mexico shorebirds
  • An educational program from Panama to Mexico, California, Canada and Alaska as part of the Shorebird Sister Schools Program. Schools in Panama City, Sinaloa Mexico, California and British Columbia have been contacted.
  • Computer model for other species of shorebirds, based on our findings from the migration of western sandpipers to answer the question of why the populations have declined

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