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Meeting: 2015 Raptor Research Foundation Conference


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Meeting Description: The Raptor Research Foundation’s 2015 Conference will be held in Sacramento, California, USA, 4–8 November 2015.

 

Meeting Website: http://www.raptorresearchfoundation.org/conferences/current-conference

 

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THE RAPTOR RESEARCH FOUNDATION’S 2015 CONFERENCE 
The Raptor Research Foundation’s 2015 Conference will be held in Sacramento, CA, 4 - 8 Nov 2015 – the fiftieth anniversary of the ground-breaking Madison Peregrine Falcon symposium. Distinguished biologists from that 1965 symposium will be assembled for a panel discussion, and Peter Bloom will present "Fifty Years of California Raptor Conservation" as an opening plenary. Sacramento is easy to get to, with proximity to the diverse Central California coast, the Sierra Foothills, the Central Valley, and much more.
 
Sessions will be held at the Doubletree Hotel near the raptor-rich American River Parkway. Hosting the conference is the Golden Gate Raptor Observatory (GGRO), celebrating 30 years of raptor migration monitoring in the Marin Headlands.
 
Early Career Raptor Researcher (ECRR) Skills Courses will be held on Wednesday before the conference officially begins. Symposia are Conservation of Golden Eagles in a Changing World, Wind Power and Raptors, Raptors in a Changing Climate, Ecology of Island Raptors, and Diseases and Toxins, plus numerous field trips in the area.
 
Registration is now on line: http://www.raptorresearchfoundation.org/conferences/current-conference
 
For more information or to offer sponsorship contact the RRF Conference Chair: KATE DAVIS (EM: raptors@montana.com) Or the local host, GGRO director: ALLEN FISH (EM: afish@parksconservancy.org). See you in Sacramento!

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