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

Pacific Seabirds

Pacific Seabirds is the official publication of the Pacific Seabird Group (PSG). The publication began as the Pacific Seabirds Bulletin (1974 -1993) and the name was changed in 1994.   The publication is distributed to all members and is available to institutions and non-members for a small fee.  From 1974-2013, Pacific Seabirds was published in the spring and fall (except 2011), with different content in the two issues.  Content includes Minutes of the Executive Council, financial reports, summary of the Annual Meeting, regional reports, peer-reviewed articles, awards, conservation news, book reviews, art, and other topics. Beginning in 2014, spring and fall issues were combined in one volume and published at the end of the calendar year and printed copies were no longer produced.  Pacific Seabirds is available on the PSG website and some hard copy back issues are available for purchase.


Jennifer Lang

Guidelines for Contributors

Manuscripts and news items are welcome on any topic relating to Pacific seabirds or to their conservation. Short manuscripts are preferred (about 1,000 to 5,000 words for major submissions). Every year, Regional Representatives contact members in their region for an annual update on research and activities related to seabirds.  All questions about the publication should be referred to the Editor.

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Pacific Seabirds 1974-present

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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 »