Data from: Upper tidal flats are disproportionately important for the conservation of migratory shorebirds

Tong Mu & David S. Wilcove
Migratory animals are crucial for global ecosystems, yet many species are threatened by human activities. Coastal shorebirds along the East Asian-Australasian Flyway have experienced precipitous declines over the past three decades, primarily due to the rapid development of the tidal flats, their major stopover habitat. However, populations of several species have declined must faster than the rate of habitat loss. To explain this discrepancy, we quantified the foraging distribution of 17 migratory shorebirds throughout the...
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