Fern Davies Posted February 25, 2015 Share Posted February 25, 2015 A new meeting has been added to the =1']Ornithology Meetings database. Meeting Description: We cordially invite you to attend BirdsCaribbean's 20th International Meeting in Jamaica, home of reggae and amazing birds and biodiversity, from Saturday, July 25th to Wednesday, July 29th (inclusive). The purpose of the meeting is to bring together Caribbean and international wildlife professionals, ornithologists, educators, students and others to share their knowledge, passion, and experiences, and participate in practical activities that promote applied conservation. These include concurrent paper sessions, poster sessions, workshops, symposia, round-table discussions, working group meetings and project development sessions. The meeting will be held at the Knutsford Court Hotel in New Kingston, Jamaica. We have arranged for discounted rooms at the conference hotel; restaurants, shopping and more are located within walking distance. Members of the Local Organizing Committee include the Forestry Department, Hope Gardens, Jamaica Conservation Development Trust, Caribbean Coastal Area Management Foundation, University of the West Indies, Windsor Research Centre and others. The theme of the meeting is "Birds—Connecting Communities and Conservation ." The call for abstracts to present a paper or poster will be open soon; deadline for receipt of abstracts is May 15th. In addition to the 5 days of the main conference, there will be pre- and post conference workshops and field trips, so be sure to save dates on your calendar for several days before and after the conference to participate in some of these events. Meeting Website: https://sites.google.com/site/birdscaribbeanmeeting2015/home Click here to view the meeting Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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