Discusses for 63 species the rationale for managing the Anatidae of Africa and Western Eurasia at a flyway level. For each species, the most appropriate flyway boundaries are discussed and plotted on maps. Maps also show all potential and actual key-sites, and breeding ranges for migratory species. Key-sites are also presented in table form, with justification for all flyway population estimate and boundary changes.
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