Pacific Flyway

PACIFIC FLYWAY is one of 4 major generalized north–south migration routes for N American waterfowl. Based on observations made by the 1940s, the Atlantic, Mississippi, Central and Pacific flyways were considered to be the principal routes of migrating birds in N America, and flyway councils were set up in the 1950s. While millions of birds do migrate out of interior lands and from the Arctic to the coast, it has since been learned that this description oversimplifies highly complex...

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