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  1. Lisa Sorenson

    BirdsCaribbean 22nd International Conference

    The BirdsCaribbean 22nd International Conference will be held from 25-29 July 2019 in Le Gosier, Guadeloupe. Conference information is available (and will continue to be updated) on the BirdsCaribbean Conference Website. The conference will feature exciting keynote speakers, symposia, workshops and discussions related to the conservation of Caribbean birds and nature. The conference theme is “Keeping Caribbean Birds Aloft”. This theme conveys that we are actively working to solve the problems birds and humans face, both in the short- and long-term, and together we will keep birds soaring aloft. There will also be opportunities to explore Guadeloupe—its birds, mountains, beaches, and nearby islands through a number of mid, pre and post-conference field trips. Come ready to immerse yourself in a beautiful, and unique culture found nowhere else but the French West Indies. We invite you to join us for an ocean-side, action-packed conference! If you would like to receive news and updates about this conference and Caribbean birds, please sign up to receive our monthly newsletter and join our listserve (Yahoo discussion group). #BirdsCarib2019
  2. A new meeting has been added to the [url='http://ornithologyexchange.org/meetings/index.html?sort_col=field_153&sort_order=asc&per_page=15&filters[227][u]=1']Ornithology Meetings[/url] database. [b]{key}:[/b] The BirdsCaribbean 22nd International Conference will be held from 25-29 July 2019 in Le Gosier, Guadeloupe. Conference information is available (and will continue to be updated) on the BirdsCaribbean Conference Website. The conference will feature exciting keynote speakers, symposia, workshops and discussions related to the conservation of Caribbean birds and nature. The conference theme is “Keeping Caribbean Birds Aloft”. This theme conveys that we are actively working to solve the problems birds and humans face, both in the short- and long-term, and together we will keep birds soaring aloft. There will also be opportunities to explore Guadeloupe—its birds, mountains, beaches, and nearby islands through a number of mid, pre and post-conference field trips. Come ready to immerse yourself in a beautiful, and unique culture found nowhere else but the French West Indies. We invite you to join us for an ocean-side, action-packed conference! If you would like to receive news and updates about this conference and Caribbean birds, please sign up to receive our monthly newsletter and join our listserve (Yahoo discussion group). #BirdsCarib2019 [b]{key}:[/b] https://sites.google.com/site/birdscaribbeanconference2019/home?authuser=0 View full meeting
  3. Hello, I'm 27, taxidermist independant from Switzerland (french language) I'm here for questions for birds mensurations or others (actually i ask you directly here because its urge and i cant post on forum) : i need to work for a museum and they want me to mesure they birds, but i'm not really good in english and i dont know i you know the word "Bill to skull", "bill to cere" and P8 and skull ossification (passeriformes) what all of that means? ) THanks very very much ! Or do you know if someone can answer my question here? really sorry for my english Best regards. Francois
  4. Field Techniques for Surveying Birds 15 February – 22 March 2017 Applications are open for this 5 week part-time online course in Field Techniques for Surveying Birds at the University of Oxford. This tutor-led course offers detailed training in passive and non-passive bird surveying techniques, including group-based counts, and transect and aerial surveys, and mist-netting, cannon-netting and tagging as well as bird survey design and reporting results. The course will provide the expertise and essential know-how needed by the skilled practitioner in bird conservation and ecology. As a part-time course, Field Techniques for Surveying Birds is ideal for professional ecological consultants, environmental managers and rangers, research and postgraduate students, and volunteers that are seeking flexible study combined with expert training. The course can be taken from anywhere in the world and is international in its use of case studies and examples. Accredited and non-accredited study options available as well as a discounted student rate. Further details and to apply: www.conted.ox.ac.uk/birds1
  5. A new meeting has been added to the =1']Ornithology Meetings database. Meeting Description: This annual conference brings together professional ornithologists from museums and other academic institutions, high school, undergraduate, and graduate students, government agencies, as well as non-professional researchers and citizen scientists alike from all over Ohio to present and share their research projects with one another and with other interested individuals through oral and poster presentations. Meeting Website: http://tuckercasey.wix.com/aacri-birds#!oarc2016/djj57 Click here to view the meeting
  6. tuckercj

    Ohio Avian Research Conference

    This annual conference brings together professional ornithologists from museums and other academic institutions, high school, undergraduate, and graduate students, government agencies, as well as non-professional researchers and citizen scientists alike from all over Ohio to present and share their research projects with one another and with other interested individuals through oral and poster presentations.
  7. Dear fellow birdwatchers and ornithologists, I am interested in finding out about well-documented cases of birds choking to death, e.g., herons choking on fish. I found a number of cases in the literature, but would be happy to receive further examples. With my best wishes, Bruno Walther Visit our video and text website about the biodiversity crisis www.crisisoflife.net Assistant Professor Master Program in Global Health and Development College of Public Health and Nutrition, Taipei Medical University 250 Wu-Hsing St., Taipei 110, Taiwan, R.O.C. bawalther2009@gmail.com
  8. Hi All! Instrumentl is a crowdfunding platform that is funding women & girls in the STEM fields (science, technology, engineering, and math)! Check out our current campaign in which graduate student Dena Emmerson is investigating the relationship between bird blood parasites and song. We're excited about supporting more ornithology-oriented projects. Visit our Start Your Campaign page and/or email Team@Instrumentl.com for more info on how your project could be funded next. Yours in science, Angela Angela BrarenInstrumentl +1 510 990 1790 Angela@Instrumentl.com Follow us on Facebook and Twitter! Visit at www.Instrumentl.com Check out Dena's research on Bird Song & Disease!
  9. Hi fellow ornithologists. We are trying to get at least 500 signatures on this letter supporting Boreal Forest conservation efforts in Quebec before September 26. Please sign and send along to others! http://www.borealbirds.org/petition/letter.php Thanks, Jeff Jeff Wells Senior Scientist, International Boreal Conservation Campaign Science and Policy Director, Boreal Songbird Initiative
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