Dedicated to the study and conservation of Pacific Seabirds and their environment.

Travel Awards

Travel awards are presented each year to provide partial financial support to students and scientists from USA, Canada and other countries to attend and present at the annual meeting. Travel awards are competitive and applicants must adhere to PSG’s application requirements. There are three travel award categories: US/Canada Students, Non-US/Canada Students, and non-US/Canada Scientists. More information on how to apply for the awards can be found in the PSG Handbook and Annual Meeting page. Funds to support the student travel awards are raised primarily from the annual Silent Auction and from donations – please donate here!  Funds to support the scientist travel awards are raised primarily through donations.

2016 US/CANADA Student Travel Awards
Corey Clatterbuck (San Diego State), McKenna Hanson (Univ. Alaska), Cori Gibble (Univ California Santa Cruz), Rachael Herman (Louisiana State University), Sarah Jennings (Univ California Davis), Marine Lee (Univ. Alaska), Timothy Knudson (Southern Illinois University), Stephanie Symons (Univ New Brunswick)

2016 NON-US/CANADA Student Travel Awards
Chung-Hang Hung (National Taiwan University)

2016 NON-US/ CANADA Scientist Travel Awards
Johanna Hovinen (Norwegian Polar Institute, Norway), Dariusz Jakubas (Univ. Gdansk, Poland), Midori Takashima (Japan), Haruo Uchiyama (Japan Bird Carving Association), Katarzyna Wojcsulanis – Jakbuas (Univ. Gdansk, Poland)

Congratulations to all 2016 Student & Scientist Travel Awardees!

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PSG Secretary
Jane Dolliver
secretary@pacificseabirdgroup.org

Marine Ornithology

Marine Ornithology is an open access journal that is published through a partnership of the African Seabird Group, Australasian Seabird Group, Dutch Seabird Group, Japanese Seabird Group, The Seabird Group (UK), and Pacific Seabird Group.
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Conservation Grants

The objective of the Conservation Fund is to advance the conservation of seabirds in developing countries primarily in or bordering the Pacific Ocean by providing funds for conservation and restoration activities, and building within-country seabird expertise. Learn More »