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Nearly half of the world’s migratory species are in decline, UN report says

  • The first-ever State of the World's Migratory Species assessment reveals that one in five migratory species covered by the U.N. Convention on Migratory Species is threatened with extinction and populations of 44% are declining.
  • Habitat destruction, intentional killing, and overexploitation from hunting and fishing pose significant threats to migratory species, with fish species facing a high risk of extinction.
  • Urgent action is needed to protect 5,000 vital sites for migratory species that are not currently designated as protected areas.
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