1: Invasive species disrupt ecosystems by outcompeting native species for resources.

2: Migration patterns shift due to changes in food availability caused by invasives.

3: Invasives alter habitats, affecting breeding grounds and nesting sites for migratory species.

4: Native species may be forced to find new migration routes to avoid invasive predators.

5: Invasive species can introduce new diseases that impact migratory populations.

6: Conservation efforts are needed to manage invasives and protect migratory species.

7: Climate change exacerbates the effects of invasive species on migration patterns.

8: Collaboration among countries is crucial to address transboundary impacts of invasives on migration.

9: Understanding the link between invasives and migration is key to protecting biodiversity.