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Welcome to the PSG newsfeed! Here you will find the latest in announcements for the annual meeting, conservation action, volunteer opportunities, awards, and many more topics related to PSG, seabirds, and conservation. To filter the postings and find news for a specific topic, just select one of the News Categories on the right!

44th Annual Meeting Location to be Announced Soon

Stay tuned for information on the location for the 44th Annual Meeting! Venue and location will be announced soon.

Congratulations to 2016 Lifetime and Special Achievement Awardees!

For details, click here.

Congratulations to 2016 Student Paper Awardees!

For details, click here.

Congratulations to 2016 Travel Awardees!

For details, click here.

Last-minute update for Saturday’s Talk Schedule!

To download click here.

Correction for Talk Title

Correction for talk title: Thu 11 Feb at 14:15 PM, Kahuku II Ballroom: Mandt’s Guillemot (Cepphus grylle mandtii) – an Arctic Alcid Struggles in the Emerging Anthropocene. George Divoky

Scientific Program – Final Update

The program has been updated to reflect cancellations and new information. Please click here to download the PDF, or go to the Annual Meeting page for details.

No-host Welcome Reception

Wednesday 5pm at Surfer Bar at Turtle Bay Resort! All welcome (21 years and over).

Conservation Meeting Friday 12-1:30pm

See attached for agenda.

Abstract Book Now Ready!

Please download here or see the Annual Meeting page.

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Jane Dolliver
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