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Table 1 Migration schedules from 34 tracked Black-faced Spoonbills (Platalea minor)

From: Migration routes, population status and important sites used by the globally threatened Black-faced Spoonbill (Platalea minor): a synthesis of surveys and tracking studies

ID Summering site Departure time Wintering site Arriving time Duration (days) Resource
1 Chilsando Islet, South Korea 2014/11/3 Hangzhou Bay, Yangtze River Delta 2014/11/6* 3* Jung et al. (2018)
2 Chilsando Islet, South Korea 2017/10/13 Yongzhou, Hunan 2017/10/15 2 Son et al. (2020)
3 Chilsando Islet, South Korea 2017/10/30 Funing Bay, Fujian Coast 2017/11/1 2 Son et al. (2020)
4 Chilsando Islet, South Korea 2014/11/4 Xiamen, Fujian Coast 2014/11/12* 8* Jung et al. (2018)
5 Chilsando Islet, South Korea 2017/10/28 Hong Kong, Pearl River Delta 2017/11/2 5 Son et al. (2020)
6 Chilsando Islet, South Korea 2017/10/19 Hong Kong, Pearl River Delta 2017/10/23 4 Son et al. (2020)
7 Chilsando Islet, South Korea 2014/11/3 Taijiang National Park, Taiwan 2014/11/5* 2* Jung et al. (2018)
8 Chilsando Islet, South Korea 2017/10/19 Taijiang National Park, Taiwan 2017/10/30 11 Son et al. (2020)
9 Gyeonggi Bay, South Korea 2009 Hakata Bay, Japan 2009 NA Wood et al. (2013)
10 Gyeonggi Bay, South Korea 2014/11/14 Shimabara Bay, Japan 2014/12/7* 23* Jung et al. (2018)
11 Gyeonggi Bay, South Korea 2014/10/24 Shijiu Lake, Inland Jiangsu 2014/11/27* 34* Jung et al. (2018)
12 Gyeonggi Bay, South Korea 2009 Wang Lake, Hubei 2009 NA Wood et al. (2013)
13 Gyeonggi Bay, South Korea 2014/10/28 Hangzhou Bay, Yangtze River Delta 2014/10/30* 2* Jung et al. (2018)
14 Gyeonggi Bay, South Korea 2014/11/2 Hangzhou Bay, Yangtze River Delta 2014/11/4* 2* Jung et al. (2018)
15 Gyeonggi Bay, South Korea 2014/11/8 Funing Bay, Fujian Coast 2014/11/13* 5* Jung et al. (2018)
16 Gyeonggi Bay, South Korea 2014/11/3 Taijiang National Park, Taiwan 2014/11/6* 3* Jung et al. (2018)
17 Gyeonggi Bay, South Korea 2014/11/5 Taijiang National Park, Taiwan 2014/11/29* 24* Jung et al. (2018)
18 Gyeonggi Bay, South Korea 2010 Tra-sur Flooded Forest, Cambodia/Vietnam border 2010 NA Wood et al. (2013)
19 Xingren Island, Liaoning 2017/11/8 Nanyi Lake, Anhui 2017/11/17 9 Jia et al. (2020)
20 Xingren Island, Liaoning 2017/10/22 Poyang Lake, Jiangxi 2017/10/30 8 Jia et al. (2020)
21 Xingren Island, Liaoning 2018/10/30 Yancheng NNR, Yangtze River Delta 2018/11/2 3 Jia et al. (2020)
22 Xingren Island, Liaoning 2018/11/5 Yancheng NNR, Yangtze River Delta 2018/12/5 30 Jia et al. (2020)
23 Xingren Island, Liaoning 2017/10/22 Hangzhou Bay, Yangtze River Delta 2017/11/19 28 Jia et al. (2020)
24 Xingren Island, Liaoning 2018/10/16 Taijiang National Park, Taiwan 2018/10/20 4 Jia et al. (2020)
25 Gyeonggi Bay, South Korea 1999/3/23 Hong Kong, Pearl River Delta 1999/4/10 18 Ueta et al. (2002)
26 Gyeonggi Bay, South Korea 1999/3/27 Hong Kong, Pearl River Delta 1999/4/9 13 Ueta et al. (2002)
27 Gyeonggi Bay, South Korea 1999/4/13 Hong Kong, Pearl River Delta 1999/4/22 9 Ueta et al. (2002)
28 Gyeonggi Bay, South Korea 1999/4/13 Hong Kong, Pearl River Delta 1999/5/4 21 Ueta et al. (2002)
29 Gyeonggi Bay, South Korea 1999/3/28 Taijiang National Park, Taiwan 1999/4/10 13 Ueta et al. (2002)
30 Gyeonggi Bay, South Korea 1999/3/15 Taijiang National Park, Taiwan 1999/3/31 16 Ueta et al. (2002)
31 Yancheng NNR, Yangtze River Delta 1999/4/23 Hong Kong, Pearl River Delta 1999/5/21 28 Ueta et al. (2002)
32 Yancheng NNR, Yangtze River Delta 1999/5/14 Hong Kong, Pearl River Delta 1999/6/16 33 Ueta et al. (2002)
33 Nampho, North Korea 1999/5/18 Taijiang National Park, Taiwan 1999/6/11 24 Ueta et al. (2002)
34 Yilan, Taiwan 1999/5/6 Taijiang National Park, Taiwan 1999/5/10 4 Ueta et al. (2002)
  1. ID 1–24 were immature birds captured at breeding sites, all of which finished one complete autumn migration; ID 25–34 were the birds captured in wintering sites and all finished one spring migration, of which ID 25–30 were adults, ID 31–34 were immature birds. *Indicates occasions where the date or the duration were estimated (see “Methods” for more details)