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41st Annual Conference of The Waterbird Society!

PSG invited to The Waterbird Society Annual Conference in Iceland Aug 2017. Abstract deadline 15 May 2017.

Final Call for ABSTRACTS and EARLY REGISTRATION. Reykjavik, Iceland, August 8-12 2017.

The Waterbird Society will hold its 41st Annual Conference and General Meeting in Reykjavik, Iceland, from August 8-12 2017. Three full days of scientific sessions, symposia and workshops are planned including symposia on ‘diversity’ in waterbirds, puffins, terns, foraging ecology of generalist species and geolocator/telemetry studies.

Abstract submissions are open now and will close May 15. For abstracts, please use the following https://waterbirds.org/annual-meeting/2017-abstract-submission/

For specific guidance on abstract submissions, please see here https://waterbirds.org/httpswaterbirds-organnual-meetingabstract_instructions-%e2%80%8e/

Registration is open now and early bird registration will end June 13. For registration, please use the following linkhttps://icelandtravel.artegis.com/event/WaterbirdSociety2017

For questions about abstracts, scientific session or about the meeting, please contact Clay Green (Chair, Scientific Program – claygreen@txstate.edu. For questions about the registration, accommodation, tours or field trips, please contact Sigridur Hronn –conferences@icelandtravel.is

Sjáumst!

Erica Nol, President, The Waterbird Society


For questions or comments about your Waterbird Society membership, please contact waterbirdsociety@sgmeet.com.

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