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Scientific Program

2018 Travel Award Applications extended!

Submit your travel award application by 15 November. To apply, click here! More information on Travel Awards – click here!

2018 PSG Annual Meeting…registration is open!

Registration is now open!  Please see the “new” PSG Annual Meeting portal –  click here. More information also on PSG website.

Call for proposals – PSG 2018!

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

2018 PSG Annual Meeting Announcement!

45th Annual Meeting announcement and draft schedule available here!

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

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

PSG 2017 Annual Meeting Program available!

Please go to the Program & Schedule page to preview or download the program.

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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!

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.

Abstract deadline this Friday!

Submit your abstracts by Fri 2 Dec.  For more information, see the Scientific Program.  Book your hotel accommodation, sign up for the Student and Mentor Social, and much more on the Annual Meeting pages!

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Marine Ornithology

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