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Rebecca Heisman (AOS Staff)

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  1. The Katma Publication Award recognizes papers proposing ideas or testing theories that replace current dogma or settled opinion and that could change the course of thinking about the biology of birds. Papers may also include those that propose a largely untested idea or those that develop and advance it. The award may be given to research articles, short communications, or commentaries (including editorials and reviews) of any length published in any scientific venue within the two preceding years. Nominations are due 13 December 2019. The award consists of a $2500 prize plus a certificate and is announced at AOS’s annual meeting. See details, including nomination instructions, on the AOS website: https://americanornithology.org/awards-grants/publication-awards/katma-award/
  2. The American Ornithological Society is currently conducting a detailed survey of our members and of the broader ornithological community to get a better sense of how well we’re doing at serving you and where we could improve. \Whether you’re a current member of AOS, you’ve let your membership lapse, or you’ve never been a member, will you take a few minutes to fill out our survey and help us better understand your needs and what you’re looking for from a professional society? The survey should take approximately ten minutes to complete, and as a thank you for your time, you can enter a drawing to receive one year of AOS membership for free. We hope you’ll take advantage of this opportunity to provide your input and help us in our mission to advance the scientific study and conservation of birds - thank you! Click here to begin the survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/AOS2019survey
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