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Seabird publications R11; May 2017

Click here for a list of the recent seabird publications. ...

2018 PSG Annual Meeting Announcement!

...  Universidad Autónoma de Baja California Sur in La Paz, 21-24 Feb 2018. After 14 years, the PSG Annual Meeting is back in Mexico! The ...

41st Annual Conference of The Waterbird Society!

...  The Waterbird Society Annual Conference in Iceland Aug 2017. Abstract deadline 15 May 2017. Final Call for ABSTRACTS and EARLY REGISTRATION. Reykjavik, ...

Seabird publications R11; April 2017

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Seabird publications R11; March 2017

Click here for a list of the recent seabird publications. ...

Congratulations 2017 Student Presentation Awardees!

...  for making their presentations! For the complete list of 2017 Student Awards,  please click ...

2018 Annual Meeting in La Paz, Mexico!

...  45th Annual Meeting will be 21-24 February 2018 in La Paz, Mexico.  More information available ...

Follow the PSG Annual Meeting: @pacificseabirds, #PSG2017 and on Facebook!

View pics from the great talks, read what #ActualLivingScientists are saying why #ScienceMatters...and more!  PSG is on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram! ...

PSG 2017 Annual Meeting Program available!

Please go to the Program & Schedule page to preview or download the program. The daily schedule, schedule of talk, plenary speakers, Liftetime and Special Achievement Awards plus meeting and conference venue information!   Registrants will receive  ...

PSG 2017 Scientific Program is available!

The schedule of talks can be viewed on the Program & Schedule page, or download the PDF here!  Huge thanks to Scientific Program Chair Kyra Parker-Mills! ...

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