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Migrating Blue Heron

I know I’ve posted this before, but every year these blue heron come back to these specific trees. One twig at a time they make their nests.  60 more words


Migrating tundra swans land in Huron County

SEAFORTH – It’s spring, and while most of us are looking forward to warmer days, the majestic white tundra swans are making their way back from Chesapeake Bay, Maryland to the Arctic Circle for summer vacation. 64 more words

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Guyana: Capitol TV News Videos – 26 March 2015

Guyana: Capitol TV News Videos – 26 March 2015

  • Interesting figures on migration over the years
  • Another body turns up dead on the Seawall
  • Opposition to meet…
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Guyanese Online


This is what I mean about the leatherback beeline. This morning, Christie is only about 400 km from Fishing Pond beach, the place where she was seen nesting in 2011. 12 more words


US Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas - International Migration Remains the Last Frontier of Globalization

The cross-border flow of people, or international migration, is by far the most politically charged aspect of globalization and the one with seemingly the least progress in recent decades.  134 more words


The Politicisation of Migration: Out Now

I’m very happy to announce that the book The Politicisation of Migration is finally out! The book unites work from all researchers involved in the… 111 more words

Didier Ruedin

Human Migration: Jobs and Economics

This week’s 5 Link Apocalypse continues to delve into migration. Especially in this globalized moment in history, migration has huge political and economic implications. In Europe and the US, particularly in the continued aftermath of the 2007-08 financial crises, the political discourse contains a worry that migrants are flooding the labor market, displacing native workers and driving down wages for everyone. 125 more words

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