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  • Laura Chamberlin

    A colleague in the Netherlands reached out looking for examples of dynamic zoning to reduce human disturbance of shorebird habitat that is primarily impacted during high tide. Birds Canada’s Space to Roost project is a great example from Bay of Fundy, where they only recommend to avoid certain areas during the high tide period, and they provide charts so the time is clear.

    Anyone else have an example of dynamic zoning at your site that we can share? Tide related, or otherwise.

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