Pan African Ornithological Congress
A new date has been set for the Pan African Ornithological Congress for the 15-19th November 2021.
There is more information on the conference symposia here https://www.paoc15.org/list-of-symposia/
12th EOU Conference 2019
August 26 – 30, 2019
Registration: Open until 31 July 2019
The European Ornithological Union is very happy to announce that the venue of the 12th EOU Conference will be in Cluj, Romania in August 2019. Cluj will be a perfect setting for the congress as being situated in a part of Europe that has not so far hosted our conferences. This will provide us with great opportunities to experience this very beautiful region and the visit will surely be a memory for life. The EOU Congresses aim at providing opportunities for avian researchers of all fields and from all corners of Europe and beyond, to meet in a friendly atmosphere to share ideas and discuss recent results and conservation concerns.
For more information please visit: https://conference.eounion.org/2019/registration/
and the EOU homepage: https://eounion.org
American Ornithological Society 2018 Meeting
Please join us for the 136th annual meeting of American Ornithology and the second annual meeting of the American Ornithological Society, to be held in Tucson, Arizona, 9-14 April 2018. Following our long legacy, this meeting once again will offer a great opportunity for sharing and discussing scientific research in all areas involving birds. The meeting will place special emphasis on research and conservation focused on our 2018 meeting theme of Celebrating Connections: Birds Across Borders.
British Ornithologists' Union BOU2017 Conference
With current rapid environmental change and increasing human pressure on ecosystems, new methods and approaches will be needed to understand how bird populations and distributions will respond in order to guide decision-makers and land managers. By exploring a range of challenges, this conference aims to 1) examine the current state-of-the-art in avian science in understanding and mitigating the threats to birds and 2) encourage a forward examination of the likely changes in bird populations and communities up to 2050. New and innovative means of studying birds will be a cross-cutting theme.
The conference will provide a unique opportunity to showcase examples of the research and science needed to address the future challenges by looking several decades ahead. It will explore a range of challenges, such as the terrestrial, coastal and marine responses to climate change, consequences of a different predator community, the impacts of invasive species, possible developments in agriculture and potential new approaches for carrying out science. Additionally, progress towards biodiversity targets will be explored. Central to the conference will be an examination of the science evidence needed to support decisions about how to maintain and restore global bird populations and communities.
For more information, please visit the conference website.