Panama Bay developers threaten to break the chain of shorebird stopover sites

Photo: K. Kaufmann/Panama Audubon Society

One of the most important coastal wetlands in the Americas is under threat. The Upper Bay of Panama, an Important Bird Area, is a vital stopover site for migrating shorebirds. Up to two million individuals of 30 species use it on their way south after breeding. Continue reading »

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