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PSG Annual Meeting

PSG 2017 Scientific Program is available!

The schedule of talks can be viewed on the Program & Schedule page, or download the PDF here!  Huge thanks to Scientific Program Chair Kyra Parker-Mills!

PSG 2017 Abstract Book available now!

Please see the Program & Schedule page, or click here to download directly!  Many thanks to PSG Chair Nina Karnovsky and David Bachman for their hard work to put this together…no small feat!

Early Career Scientist event: panel discussion!

Please join us on Friday 24 February 2017 from 5-6:30pm for PSG’s first Early Career Scientist panel session.  More information click here!

Wildlife Acoustics – Free Workshop!

In this hands-on workshop on 23 Feb 2017, you’ll learn how to use the Wildlife Acoustics SM4, a programmable, dual-channel, weatherproof recorder capable of capturing months of acoustic data. Read more

Sign up for fantastic field trips!

Both field trips still have space.  Members will love exploring these two great locations in Puget Sound and checking out wintering seabirds and shorebirds. At the Nisqually NWR, you may even see the Great Horned Owl nestlings!  For more information, click here.

Annual Meeting Daily Schedule updated!

Please check the Program & Schedule for the daily schedule. The oral and poster guidelines are now available on the Scientific Program page, and the list of presenters will be available soon.

2017 Plenary Speakers announced!

PSG is pleased to announce the 2017 Plenary Speakers – Dr. P. Dee Boersma and Dr. George Divoky.  Please click here for details.

Overview of Daily Schedule now available!

Please click here the Daily Schedule, and to download the PDF.

Thank you to PSG 2017 sponsors!

Many thanks to the latest meeting sponsors!  Wildlife AcousticsNational Audubon SocietyAmerican Bird Conservancy, and Tahoma Audubon Society!

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#PSG2017 is the Twitter hashtag for the Annual Meeting!

Follow the 2017 PSG Annual Meeting on Twitter @pacificseabirds, and tweet about the conference using #PSG2017!  And follow PSG on Facebook!  More info here.

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