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PSG Annual Meeting

Call for proposals – PSG 2018!

Second call for Special Paper Sessions and Symposia proposals.  Due 18 Aug 2017.  Read more

Call for Nominations: PSG Awards!

Please submit your nominations for PSG Lifetime and Special Achievement Awards to the PSG Past Chair by 18 August 2017, 5 PM PDT.  Please see the PSG Awards page for more information.

2018 PSG Annual Meeting Announcement!

45th Annual Meeting announcement and draft schedule available here!

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Pacific Seabirds Vol. 43 available!

Pacific Seabirds 2016 Volume 43, Issue No. 1 and No. 2 is now available on the publications page.  Please view or download for information about PSG activities in 2016.

Congratulations 2017 Student Presentation Awardees!

Lots of great student presentations Tacoma – thank you to all students for making their presentations! For the complete list of 2017 Student Awards,  please click here!

2018 Annual Meeting in La Paz, Mexico!

The 45th Annual Meeting will be 21-24 February 2018 in La Paz, Mexico.  More information available soon!

Follow the PSG Annual Meeting: @pacificseabirds, #PSG2017 and on Facebook!

View pics from the great talks, read what #ActualLivingScientists are saying why #ScienceMatters…and more!  PSG is on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram!

EXCO meeting Wed 22 Feb – All Welcome!

Please feel free to attend the EXCO meeting tomorrow – learn how PSG works and start getting involved! Starts at 9 AM at the TCC, Boardroom N. See the Program & Schedule for the Agenda.

How to get from the Airport to the Hotel?

Please see the Hotel & Travel Info page for options on Ground Transportation.  Just added – download the PDF!

Schedule update: George Divoky Plenary Fri 24 Feb, 8:30 AM.

Please see the Program & Schedule or Plenary Speakers for more information!

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