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It’s long past time to consider, learn, care about, and correct a problem in our nomenclature for birds. via Historical Bios
The latest newsletter of the Ornithological Societies of North America is now available. LATE-BREAKING NEWS (NOT INCLUDED IN THE NEWSLETTER) 41ST ANNUAL MEETING OF THE WATERBIRD SOCIETY Call for Symposia and Workshops Reykjavik, Iceland 8 – 12 August 2017 Deadline … Continue reading →
The latest newsletter of the Ornithological Societies of North America is now available. The Ornithological Newsletter — Number 233, August 2016 | Cheryl L. Trine, Editor Contents: Please select a story from the menu below: ORGANIZATION NEWS THE AOU … Continue reading →
All the news that’s fit to print from the Ornithological Societies of North America, plus this late-breaking nugget: LATE-BREAKING NEWS (NOT INCLUDED IN THE NEWSLETTER) AUK AND CONDOR NEWS Auk and Condor articles are now open access after 6 months. … Continue reading →
Of the estimated 20 million (at least!) bird-watchers in the US, a relatively small percentage consider themselves to be serious birders, i.e., the kind of people who actually travel around to try to see as many birds as they can, … Continue reading →
News from OSNA: orn_news-206
ORNITHOLOGICAL NEWSLETTER Jump to current issue index. The current issue of the Ornithological Newsletter is now available at: http://www.osnabirds.org/Newsletter/204.aspx. Please also note the Ornithological Newsletter is available in PDF format at: http://www.osnabirds.org/Newsletter/pdf/orn_news-204-pdf.aspx. The PDF version is identical to the printed … Continue reading →
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