Dedicated to the study and conservation of Pacific Seabirds and their environment.

New PSG Website

Official launch coming soon!  Look at the new pages for students and early career scientists. Fantastic seabird photo gallery! Member vote on new logo until 9 Oct.

After many years, PSG’s website has had a major refresh and rebuild.  We hope you like the new site!  Joanna Smith, Jane Dolliver and Anne Francis Web Design have been hard at work for several months on the new website.  Thanks to EXCO and all the PSG members for their help and support.

All of the same great content is here plus many updates and new links.  Students and Early Career Scientist members are now featured with dedicated resources, information and opportunities to get involved, be recognised, and meet other members.  PSG members have donated more than 100 photos of seabirds – check out the photo gallery.

A new logo has been designed for PSG by Anne Francis Web Design, and members have received an email with a link to a vote.   Please vote by the 9 Oct deadline!   If you’ve let your membership lapse and want to vote, please renew here and write to the email below to get a link to the logo survey.

A team of PSG member beta testers are reviewing the site during this “soft launch” to check links and give feedback.  Please be patient as we make sure the site works as best as possible. If you do see something amiss, you can let me know below.

Joanna Smith, Communications Committee Coordinator and Website Coordinator.

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