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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.

PSG submits two conservation letters

Please see the Conservation page for two letters from the PSG Conservation Committee: (1) Marine National Monuments and (2) Marbled Murrelets in Washington State.

Seabird publications – May 2017

Click here for a list of the recent seabird publications.

First breeding colony of Hornby’s Petrel

The first reported breeding colony of this species, in the Atacama Desert, Chile.  For more details, click here (in spanish).

2018 PSG Annual Meeting Announcement!

45th Annual Meeting announcement and draft schedule available here!

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Seabird publications – April 2017

Click here for a list of the recent seabird publications.

41st Annual Conference of The Waterbird Society!

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

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Seabird publications – April 2017

Click here for a list of the recent seabird publications.

PSG Conservation Committee submits two letters

Vice-Chair for Conservation, Mark Rauzon, submitted two letters on behalf of PSG to address conservation concerns for Aleutian Terns and Marbled Murrelets.  Letters are posted here. 

Oregon State University offers Marine/Estuarine Bird Course!

Oregon State University (OSU) is again offering an immersive 4-week course…

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Marine Ornithology

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