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Methods and techniques applied on avian studies: short field course in Central Argentina When: November 11th to 15th. Where: Los Hornillos, Cordoba province, Argentina. https://goo.gl/maps/dkG3KrqgG95gjuUo9 Cost: $6000 Argentine pesos. The price includes transportation from Cordoba city, 4 meals and the use of the camping facilities. Participants should provide their own tent. + Info and program : https://forms.gle/NEK5idWSTWT3HXrw5 email@example.com
19th – 26th August 2019 Powdermill Nature Reserve Powdermill Nature Reserve is pleased to announce that we will be holding an Advanced Ornithological Techniques Course for Latin Americans the 19th – 26th of August. Topics include best banding practices, ageing birds via molt limits, Motus Wildlife Tracking systems, molecular identification of diet and gut microflora, ecological impacts of frugivorous birds, bioacoustics, and utility of museum specimens for ecological research. Most of the course will be in English with Spanish-speaking instructors participating throughout its duration.
Nest Camera Data Deluge: What to Do with All that Data? Voluntary Survey Drs. Susan N. Ellis-Felege and Les Murray We are examining the amount of video researchers are collecting using nest cameras to study bird behaviors, how researchers are managing all of that data, and what challenges researchers have with support for archiving video. This survey is to contribute to a review article about creating data management plans that will align with new rules associated with data management for federally funded research projects. Your participation is strictly voluntary, but will only take