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

Corresponding Members Committee

Do You Want to be a Corresponding Member of PSG?

The Pacific Seabird Group wants to foster communication with people who have interests in seabird research or management in other countries of the world. Of course, anyone may join PSG and thereby communicate with other members via letters or articles in Pacific Seabirds, or by attending PSG Annual Meetings. However, PSG recognizes that annual membership fees may be a hardship for students and other potential members in developing countries, or for those working in regions with little or no institutional support for seabird conservation.

Therefore, the Corresponding Membership Committee offers up to 16 memberships in PSG, primarily to foster involvement of seabird researchers and conservationists in developing countries.  In return, each corresponding member is asked to contribute a short article or note to Pacific Seabirds at least once every few years (more often would be great too), outlining some aspects of seabird research or conservation in their region of interest. Corresponding memberships are reviewed periodically by the committee for compliance with the (rather simple) guidelines for support of corresponding members.

If you are interested in becoming a Corresponding Member, please contact the PSG Chair:

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Jane Dolliver

Marine Ornithology

Marine Ornithology is an open access journal that is published through a partnership of the African Seabird Group, Australasian Seabird Group, Dutch Seabird Group, Japanese Seabird Group, The Seabird Group (UK), and Pacific Seabird Group.
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Conservation Grants

The objective of the Conservation Fund is to advance the conservation of seabirds in developing countries primarily in or bordering the Pacific Ocean by providing funds for conservation and restoration activities, and building within-country seabird expertise. Learn More »