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  1. A new meeting has been added to the =1']Ornithology Meetings database. Meeting Description: Call for Symposia proposals We are excited to invite to Badajoz, Spain, to the 10th EOU Conference 24 – 28 August 2015. Badajoz is the biggest city in Extremadura and site of the University of Extremadura (UEx). It is situated close to the Portuguese border, on the bank of the river Guadiana and is easily reached by road, rail and air. Extremadura is recognized nowadays in Europe as an ecological region with unique nature spaces in Europe, and a real treasure for birdwatchers. Extremadura offers the possibility of birdwatching in natural habitats of great beauty and also of enjoying its interesting cultural and historical heritage. We invite you to submit symposia proposals for the 10th Conference of the European Ornithologists’ Union. If you want to highlight an important field in ornithology to a broad audience of European avian researchers, please suggest a symposium. Instructions how to organize and how to submit a symposium can be found under http://www.eou2015science.org The deadline for submitting a symposium proposal is 31 October 2014. More information about the EOU can be found at http://www.eounion.org. EUROPEAN Meeting Website: http://www.eou2015science.org/ Click here to view the meeting
  2. A new meeting has been added to the =1']Ornithology Meetings database. Meeting Description: The proposed program is a follow-up to the first IOCSEA 2012 hosted by Prince of Songkla University held in Phang Nga. The conference will focus on the theme of “Setting priorities for the future of SE Asian Ornithology” The rationale for the joint meeting is to attract a wider and more international audience and give ornithologists & students more opportunity to interact with researchers from the region. As graduate students of many universities are now required to present at international conferences as part of their degree or scholarship requirements, this would also provide a true international meeting for them. The primary participants will be scientists/ornithologists/graduate students, working in ornithology and related topics in South East Asia and other nearby regions. The knowledge of senior international scientists will be shared among the participants in a series of plenary talks covering many different aspects of ornithological research as well as issues related to conducting research in related fields. Graduate students and young researchers will have the opportunity to present their work in an international meeting and receive scientific feedback from a diverse group of ornithologists & ecologists. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to: Conservation biology Habitat ecology Survey techniques & assessment of survey techniques Natural history Behavioral ecology Taxonomy/systematics Biogeography Physiology Meeting Website: http://www.sc.kku.ac.th/iocsea2015/index.html# Click here to view the meeting
  3. Announcement: International Ornithological Congress of Southeast Asia – Khao Lak, 27.-29. November 2012 The International Ornithological Congress of Southeast Asia will be held in Khao Lak, 70 km north of Phuket International Airport from 27 to 29 November 2012. There are three days of scientific program with symposia, workshops, presentations and posters, room for discussion and field trips to exciting ornithological areas. We would like to invite all professional and amateur ornithologists, local or international, interested in any aspects relating to birds in Southeast Asia to join us at an International Ornithological Congress. The scientific programme of plenary talks, oral presentations, symposia, workshops, and poster sessions will be complemented by social events, a conference banquet, a welcome evening, and a range of post conference tours. This bird conference is the first organised specifically for Southeast Asian birds. It is our hope that it will become a regular event in the region in future years. If you are interested in this bird congress and would like to be kept updated with further information, please send us your details http://www.harrison-institute.org/IOCSEA/index.html All ornithologists are invited to contribute oral and/or poster presentations to the scientific sessions. To apply for a place follow instructions for online submission on the conference website http://www.harrison-institute.org/IOCSEA/index.html and submit your Abstract prior to 20 August.
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