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Shorebird Science Blog

New data from satellite transmitters reveals migratory routes of shorebirds in decline

The Manomet Team | August 18, 2022

This spring and summer, Manomet scientists and partners tagged over 30 Whimbrels with state-of-the-art GPS trackers in the southeastern U.S. and Arctic. Here’s...

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Arctic research team faces unprecedented conditions while monitoring shorebirds

The Manomet Team | June 16, 2022

Manomet scientists and collaborators are pressing through rough camp conditions to complete key research objectives. By Stephen Brown There is a famous saying...

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Manomet’s Arctic shorebird researchers return to Alaska

The Manomet Team | June 6, 2022

This season, the Manomet team and research partners are surveying shorebirds on the Arctic coastal plain and assessing shorebird nesting success. They are...

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On the Gulf Coast, state-of-the-art GPS trackers take Whimbrel research to new heights

The Manomet Team | June 3, 2022

By Alan Kneidel This April, a flock of Manomet shorebird scientists descended on the Gulf Coast. Our arrival coincided with that of thousands...

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Whimbrels in the Arctic

The Manomet Team | July 30, 2021

Shiloh Schulte, Manomet’s senior shorebird scientist, recently spent four weeks in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, continuing several studies delayed by COVID-19. Working...

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