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Registration, Abstracts, Travel Awards, Hotel Info, Field Trips, Merchandise…and more!

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La Paz, Mexico
21-24 Feb 2018

After 14 years, the PSG Annual Meeting is back in Mexico!  The Pacific Seabird Group is pleased to announce the 45th Annual Meeting to be held at Hotel Araiza Palmira in La Paz, 21-24 Feb 2018.  Click here to see the venue. Located in the entrance of the Gulf of California – nicknamed the “aquarium of the world” – La Paz is ideal for the academic activities as well as adventure. International flights arrive daily from San Diego, Los Angeles, San Jose, Dallas, Phoenix, San Francisco among others to Los Cabos International Airport (SJD), 190 km from the city of La Paz.  From Los Cabos International Airport, a shuttle or bus ride takes about two hours to get to La Paz. The hotel for the conference is Hotel Perla, and additional accomodation is nearby. Click here for hotel information –  please book now to secure your accomodation, February is high season for tourism.  During the conference, buses and vans will transport attendees from Hotel Perla to Hotel Araiza Palmira.  There are lots of exciting field trips scheduled – swim with whale sharks, daytrips to Espiritu Santo Island, or hike in the Sierra La Laguna and see endemic species.  Looking forward to seeing you in La Paz!

Local Committee Chair

Yuri Albores Barajas
For questions, please email: locochair@pacificseabirdgroup.org

Local Committee Co-Chairs

Cecilia Soldatini, Horacio de la Cueva (CICESE)
Roberto Carmona, Sergio Flores (UABCS)
Mónica Treviño (COSCYT)

Scientific Program Chair

Dr. Adrian Gall (ABR, Inc)
For questions, please email: programchair@pacificseabirdgroup.org

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PSG Secretary
Jane Dolliver
secretary@pacificseabirdgroup.org

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