Chris Merkord Posted June 4, 2013 Share Posted June 4, 2013 The poster session deadline for the Partners in Flight V August 25 - 28 meeting has just been extended to June 21. If you have been thinking about such an undertaking, you now have a bit more time to prepare your work to share with fellow bird conservationists at a premier bird conservation meeting. Click on the link below to see details.http://www.pifv.org/html/presentations_posters.shtmlSUBMIT YOUR POSTER NOW! PARTNERS IN FLIGHT POSTER DEADLINE EXTENDED TO JUNE 21You can still time to participate in 5th International Partners in Flight's Conference and Conservation Workshop, and help set the course for conservation action across the Western Hemisphere! Share your work and your experience at one of our Poster Sessions -- deadline now extended!The poster deadline for the 5th International Partners in Flight Conference and Conservation Workshop has been extended until Friday, June 21. All are welcome to contribute a poster on any aspect of bird conservation, including research, monitoring, implementation, policy, planning, or outreach, education, and communications.Posters will be presented on two nights: Monday, August 26th and Tuesday August 27th. A different set of posters will be displayed each night. Posters will be primarily in the traditional 4' x 4' board format (boards provided), but we also will entertain proposals for several non-traditional, interactive presentations (e.g., with computer, screen, and/or monitor on a table). The two evening sessions will be organized spatially in the rooms by topic, focused around those that correspond with the geographic focal area work sessions or other aspects of avian full life-cycle conservation.To apply for a place on the poster program, please submit by June 21st. Abstracts, and poster presentations, may be in English or Spanish. Click here for a list of questions you will need to answer when submitting.Submit abstracts here! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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