PSG has an active program that includes annual meetings, hosting of symposia, several committees, and publications.
At yearly conferences, seabird researchers share their discoveries and conservation concerns with each other and the public. Reflecting the international distribution of Pacific seabirds, PSG annual meetings are often attended by people from throughout the world. Attendees benefit from the support, constructive criticism and insights of fellow participants, as well as from the exchange of scientific reports. Student presentations and reviews of ongoing research are encouraged. Learn More »
Join this year’s local committee and volunteer to help with the Registration Desk, be a Session Chair, be a Judge for the Student Paper Awards, assist with Audio-Visual, do some Fund Raising, or provide general assistance to the Local Committee. Contact the annual meeting’s Local Committee for more information. Click here for this year’s annual meeting contact information.
Committees work to further PSG’s goals. Members are encouraged to participate and contribute to the activities of the committees. Learn More »
The objective of the Conservation Fund is to advance the conservation of seabirds by providing funds or supplies to individuals from developing countries as well as those from elsewhere working in those developing countries primarily in or bordering the Pacific Ocean, (1) for conservation and restoration activities that benefit seabirds in the Pacific Ocean; and (2) to help develop within-country seabird expertise in developing countries within or bordering the Pacific Ocean. Learn More »
The Pacific Seabird Group maintains a listserv for information exchange for Pacific seabirds. The listserv is free and instructions to subscribe are at this link. Please note that only subscribers to the list may post messages. For questions, please contact the Listserv Coordinator: email@example.com.
PSG wants your help! Become active in PSG and contribute to running the society. Plus, it’s a great way to meet other members and learn more about this great organisation that is dedicated to Pacific seabirds. There are lots of opportunities including helping with the annual meeting, chair or sit on a committee or working group, run for a position on the Executive Council, mentor student members….and more! Click here for more information.