The applicants must be enrolled graduate students in Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, Tennessee, or Alabama. First priority will be given to supporting students enrolled in Georgia universities or students who were born in Georgia if enrolled out-of-state.
The research must be ornithological and must be conducted under faculty direction. Although a broad range of ornithological research may be supported by this grant money, those projects which emphasize the following areas will receive highest priority:
a) Ecosystem function
b) Habitat use, quality, and conservation
c) Avian communities
d) Federally- and state-listed species
e) Invasive species
Must be members of GOS
Edited by Melanie Colón
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