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14th North American Arctic Goose Conference
Lincoln, Nebraska, Embassy Suites,
March 14-17, 2018.
Prepare and submit your abstracts and plan to attend the North American Arctic Goose Conference and Workshop, the premier meeting for bringing together waterfowl managers, conservationists, students, and researchers with an interest and passion for geese. Once a small meeting involving only those working with in snow geese has evolved to an international meeting addressing conservation and management and current research and science of geese throughout their life-cycle. Additionally, this conference has provided opportunities for additional workshops or associated meetings among individuals to advance research methods or techniques, or provide a venue for interaction and discussion between managers, students, researchers, and others on important topics.
Details for abstract preparation and submission, as well as other details about the 14th NAAG, can be found athttp://www.naagconference.com/home.
Go to http://www.naagconference.com/home and then to Registration tab. All information located there regarding registering for the 14th NAAG.
- Early Bird registration available through Thursday, February 1st
- Professional and Single Day Registration, add $50.00 late fee after February 1st
- Student Registration, add $25.00 late fee after February 1st
You can booking your NAAG hotel reservations by calling the Embassy Suites by Hilton at 402.474.1111 and requesting theNorth American Arctic Goose Conference block. The group code is NAG. The conference rate is $129USD/night plus tax.
You can also make your reservations through the internet and are guaranteed you will be quoted the negotiated group rate for NAAG participants. It’s recommended using either Internet Explorer or Chrome to book reservations. The web page address is: http://embassysuites...312/index.jhtml
You have until FEBRUARY 19, 2018 to make your reservations at the discounted room rate. After this date, any remaining guest rooms will be released back to the hotel to sell. Anyone calling after that point will be told that the block is unavailable and offered the standard nightly rate.
For those wanting to hold a special workshop or associated meeting, please contact Mark Vrtiska, Nebraska Game and Parks Commission (email@example.com) and provide information on workshop/meeting topic and length, estimated attendance, audio/visual requirements, and other pertinent details.
We look forward to having you in Lincoln!
Mark P. Vrtiska, Ph.D.
Waterfowl Program Manager
Nebraska Game and Parks Commission