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Description:Publications See a list of publications resulting from our research since 2014.Learn moreAtlas of Migratory Connectivity Share your tracking data with the Atlas of Migratory Connectivity! Learn moreLive Tracks View live maps of animal satellite tracking. Maps are updated daily! Learn more The Migratory Connectivity ProjectAdvancing the conservation and understanding of animals throughout theirfull life cycle by promoting the science of migratory connectivity.Recent NewsWatching migrations from homeJun 22, 2020, Comments are offArctic Nesting Birds Part 2Aug 14, 2019, Comments are offArctic Nesting Birds Part 1 Nome, AKAug 06, 2019, Comments are offConnectivity in ColombiaAug 01, 2019, Comments are offBluethroats in AlaskaAug 13, 2018, Comments are offFrom the Boreal to BrazilJul 24, 2018, Comments are offJackpot!Jul 19, 2018, Comments are off12345Next Last Check it out!Return of the songbirds Did you know that the coast of Texas is a critical spot for migratory birds in the U.S. and Canada? The Migratory Connectivity Project journeys to Mad Island, Texas annually to study songbirds returning from their tropical wintering grounds and share this experience with local schoolchildren. Understanding these species and teaching the next generation about them is critical to their survival. Learn more in this video made possible with the support of ConocoPhillips.Atlas of Migratory ConnectivityThrough the Migratory Connectivity Project, led by the Smithsonian Migratory Bird Center and Georgetown University and together with the National Audubon Society and Cornell Lab of Ornithology, we have been working on an important and exciting book entitled “Discovering Unknown Migrations: The Atlas of Migratory Connectivity for the Birds of North America.” The Atlas will be published by Princeton University Press and will fill an enormous knowledge gap about the migratory connectivity for the birds of North America. Interested in contributing your data to the Atlas of Migratory Connectivity Click here!
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