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Given the rapid advancement of technology and migratory connectivity data, the Migratory Connectivity Project was created to facilitate development of new technologies and serve as a portal for gathering and disseminating information. Our ultimate goal is to advance the conservation and understanding of animals throughout their full life cycle by promoting the science of migratory connectivity. Project objectives 1) Link populations by promoting the study of migratory connectivity and full-life cycle biology at multiple temporal and spatial scales 2) Advance science by encouraging the development and use of the technology used to track animals 3) Protect species by working with governmental and non-governmental partners to integrate full-life cycle biology into conservation planning processes 4) Connect people across cultures by educating local and international communities about the migratory animals that they share
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