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PSG 2018 Challenge Grant

Your gift to the 2018 Travel Awards will be matched to double your impact!

We all know how hard it is to attend conferences when you are a student, and for foreign scientists traveling great distances. Thanks to Mark Rauzon (Vice Chair for Conservation, PSG Lifetime Member), and a personal financial commitment made by each Pacific Seabird Group Executive Council member, we invite YOU to make a donation to the 2018 PSG Student and Foreign Scientist Travel Awards Account. Every gift will be MATCHED, up to US $1,500. If everyone donates just $10, this will more than double what is currently available from fundraising efforts to date!

Give online, via Cvent 2018 registration: click here!

Send a check in US Dollars to “Pacific Seabird Group” with “Challenge Grant” in the subject line:
Adrian Gall, PSG Chair-Elect
1665 Howling Dog Trail
Fairbanks, AK 99709 USA

At PSG, your gift makes a BIG difference for students and foreign scientists who want to present at the 45th PSG Annual Meeting in La Paz, Mexico. Your financial contribution today ensures that PSG meetings remain a vital source for mentoring students, scientific discourse and collaboration, and sharing new ideas, techniques, and tools to inspire the next generation of seabird professionals.

PSG General Fund

Donations to the Pacific Seabird Group General Fund are used for a variety of purposes. Click the button below to make your donation.

Craig S. Harrison Conservation Fund Grants

Craig S. Harrison is a former Chair of PSG and has been the Vice-Chair for Conservation for PSG from 1992 to present. He also is an expert on tropical seabirds, one of the founders of the American Bird Conservancy, and a lawyer who specializes in environmental law. Because of his longstanding contributions to seabird conservation, especially those on behalf of PSG, we are honored to be able to name the former Conservation Small-grants Program after him. For more information about the objectives of the Grants and Grant Recipients, please see Grants.

Click the button below to make your donation to the Craig S. Harrison Conservation Fund Grants.

PSG Student Travel Awards

Donations to the Student Travel Awards will be made available for students who wish to present their research at the Pacific Seabird Group’s Annual Meeting. Awards are intended to help defray the cost of attending the Meeting rather than to cover the entire expense of attending the meeting. In the past, awards have ranged from $200 to $1,000 (U.S. dollars), depending on the applicant’s expenses for attending, availability of alternative travel support, quality of the abstract submitted for an oral or poster presentation, and the availability of funds for Pacific Seabird Group (PSG) to support travel to its Annual Meeting.

Click the button below to make your donation to the Student Travel Awards.

Amazon Smile

Donate to PSG when you purchase something via Amazon!  AmazonSmile is a website operated by that lets customers enjoy the same wide selection of products, low prices, and convenient shopping features as on The difference is that when customers shop on AmazonSmile (, the AmazonSmile Foundation will donate 0.5% of the price of eligible purchases to the charitable organizations selected by customers.  A PSG custom link is coming soon!

PSG is a registered 501 (c)(3) and offers tax receipts for all donations.


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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 »