Flyway

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For the Iowa State University journal, see Flyway (magazine). For routes taken by airplanes, see Airway (aviation).

A flyway is a flight path used in bird migration. Flyways generally span over continents and often oceans.

Flyways of the Americas[edit]

Flyway distribution for N. American waterfowl: Atlantic, Mississippi, Central, and Pacific Flyways.

Flyways of Eurasia, Africa, and Australasia[edit]

Central Asian, East Asian-Australasian and West Pacific migratory bird flyways

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ CMS Secretariat, 32nd Meeting of the Standing Committee (8–9 November 2007). STRATEGIC REVIEW OF FLYWAY PAPER. Bonn: UNEP/CMS Secretariat,. 

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