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Table 1 Satellite telemetry data breakdown by species, marking location and date

From: Mapping migratory flyways in Asia using dynamic Brownian bridge movement models

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Flyway Species Country Marking site Marking dates Data type Weights (g) n
Central Asian BHGO Mongolia Terkhiin Tsagaan Lake Jul ’08, Jul ’09 GPS 30 11
   China Qinghai Lake Mar ’07, Mar ’08 GPS 45 16
   Nepal Chitwan National Park Feb ’05 Argos*, GPS 30, 70 2a
   India Pong Dam Mar ’11 GPS 30 2a
   India Keoladeo National Park Feb ’05 Argos*, GPS 30, 70 5a
   India Chilika Lake Dec ’08 GPS 30 6
   India Koonthankulam Dec ’08, Jan – Feb ’09 GPS 30 5
  EUTE India Chilika Lake Dec ’08 Argos 9.5 1
  EUWI India West Bengal Dec ’09 Argos 12 3
  GADW India West Bengal Dec ’09 Argos 12 2
  GARG Bangladesh Hakaluki Haor Mar ’10, Mar ’11 Argos 9.5 4b
   India West Bengal Dec ’09 – Feb ’10 Argos 9.5 5b
   India Chilika Lake Dec ’08 Argos 9.5 2
   India Koonthankulam Dec ’08 Argos 9.5 4
  NOPI Bangladesh Hakaluki Haor Mar ’11 Argos 9.5 3c
   India West Bengal Jan ’10 Argos 9.5 1c
   India Koonthankulam Dec ’08 Argos 12 2
  NOSH Bangladesh Hakaluki Haor Mar ’10, Mar ’11 Argos 9.5, 12 5
   India Chilika Lake Dec ’08 Argos 12, 18 2
  RUSH China Qinghai Lake Sep ’07, Mar ’08, Sep ’08 GPS 30, 45 23
   Bangladesh Hakaluki Haor Mar ’10 GPS 22 5d
   India Brahmaputra River Dec ’09 GPS 22 2d
   India Chilika Lake Dec ’08 GPS 30 1d
East Asian EUTE China Poyang Lake Mar ’07 Argos 12 3
  EUWI China Mai Po Dec ’08, Dec ’09 Argos, GPS 12, 22 5
  FATE China Poyang Lake Mar ’07 Argos 12, 18 4
  GARG China Poyang Lake Mar ’07 Argos 12 1
  NOPI China Mai Po Dec ’08, Dec ’09 Argos, GPS 12, 18, 22 10
  SWGO Mongolia Delger Tsagaan Lake Aug ’06, Jul ’08 GPS 30, 70 4
  WHSW Mongolia Delger Tsagaan Lake Aug ’06 GPS 70 2
  1. Sample size refers to the number of birds included in the analyses. Species include bar-headed goose (BHGO), Eurasian teal (EUTE), Eurasian wigeon (EUWI), falcated teal (FATE), gadwall (GADW), garganey (GARG), northern shoveler (NOSH), northern pintail (NOPI), ruddy shelducks (RUSH), swan goose (SWGO), whistling swan (WHSW). aIndividual BHGO UDs from these three sites were grouped together in the single-species flyway. bIndividual GARG UDs from these two sites were grouped together in the multi-species flyway. cIndividual NOPI UDs from these two sites were grouped together in the multi-species flyway. dIndividual RUSH UDs from these three sites were grouped together in the population-level and multi-species flyways. *Battery powered, collar-mounted PTTs.