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What if I am interested in helping host a meeting?


Dylan Maddox
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If you have always (or even occasionally) been intrigued at the thought of hosting an ornithological meeting (perhaps you want to check this off your “Ornithological Career Checklist”), but did not want to take on the responsibility of a very large meeting with many hundreds of attendees, then hosting a smaller, more intimate meeting of the Association of Field Ornithologists may be just right for you. AFO meetings are generally attended by 100-200 individuals and can be held at any time of the year (although we try to avoid meeting during the height of the temperate-zone field season, i.e., from mid-May through late July). The AFO Council will provide substantial assistance in meeting planning. Please contact the Vice President of the AFO. Click here further information.

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