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PSG is Proudly Supporting the IOCongress 2018!

Hosted in Vancouver 19-26 Aug 2018, PSG is pleased to be included in the national and international support for this event. See the Conference website for more information.

Vancouver is delighted to welcome ornithologists from around the world on behalf of the International Ornithologists’ Union to the 27th International Ornithological Congress (IOCongress2018)!

Considered the oldest and most prestigious of meetings for bird scientists, the Congress occurs every four years since first being held in Vienna, Austria, in 1884. Canada has hosted only once previously, Ottawa in 1986, and Vancouver will be the first time the Congress has been on the Pacific Coast of the Americas. The Congress has broad national endorsement, including from the City of Vancouver, the province of British Columbia, Environment Canada, Simon Fraser University, Artists for Conservation, Tourism Vancouver plus an array of scientific societies and conservation organizations.

Early bird registration and abstract submission opens in early Fall 2017.  Check here for details.

See the latest news at IOCongress2018.com: plenary speakers, exhibitions, birds tours, artists showcase, and Vancouver’s Bird Week – Vancouver International Bird Festival!

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