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    • Finally, an almost complete user`s guide for geolocator analyses. Check out the paper: https://besjournals.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/1365-2656.13036 As well as the online manual: https://geolocationmanual.vogelwarte.ch/ Lisovski_et_al-2019-JAnimEcol.pdf
    • The North American Banding Council (NABC) will be holding a Certification Session for passerines on October 4-6, 2019 at Powdermill Avian Research Center (PARC) in Rector, Pennsylvania. Testing will be available at the assistant, bander, and trainer levels. Applicants must pass written and field exams to be NABC-certified. Candidates are encouraged to contact an NABC trainer as early as possible to proctor the written exam portion of the certification before to coming to PARC; however, for those not able to do so, the exam may be taken at PARC by prior arrangement. Trainer candidates who have previously passed bander certification need not retake the written exam if they obtained a grade of 90 or better in the last five years. Applications and information, including the Expectations for Bander-level Candidates, may be obtained from the NABC website at http://www.nabanding.net/certification-process/.  Applications should be submitted no later than September 10 to Annie Lindsay Powdermill Avian Research Center 1795 Route 381 Rector, PA 15677 Phone 724-593-7521 LindsayA@carnegiemnh.org To apply, please include the following: 1) your complete CV detailing your experience extracting birds from mist nets and banding/processing landbirds, including approximate number of birds and species handled, number of seasons, etc., 2) your completed application, 3) written exam score and name of trainer who proctored the exam (if you’ve already taken it), 4) your contact information. Accepted candidates will be notified no later than September 14. If possible, do not wait until the deadline to apply – early applications are preferred. Once accepted, candidates will be responsible for the testing fee of $35/level, as well as an additional $35 for meals and expenses. Those wishing to stay on site may do so for an additional $35/night.
    • Amongst the destruction and tragedy on Grand Bahama caused by Hurricane Matthew, there is an untold story of a rediscovered bird. But with a potential population of just two, can the Bahama Nuthatch recover?View the full article
    • Whether 'alien' bird species thrive in a new habitat depends more on the environmental conditions than the population size or characteristics of the invading bird species, finds a new study. View the full article
    • We marvel at flying animals because it seems like they can access anywhere, but a first study of its kind has revealed that wind can prevent seabirds from accessing the most important of habitats: their nests. View the full article
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