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Avian demography  |  Upland birds |  EOU2013UK

Early bird bookings end 14 February! 

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The BOU is pleased to announce that the 2014 Annual Spring Conference will be on the ecology and conservation of birds in alpine and upland habitats and will again be held at the University of Leicester, UK.

Alpine and upland habitats in Europe range from high altitude peaks and meadows to upland woodland, moorland and blanket bog habitats. They occur at higher altitudes or latitudes, and are typified by their low productivity and poor agricultural capabilities. These habitats are generally species poor compared to more diverse lowland habitats, but support a specialised bird community that includes many species of conservation concern. Some of these species, such as those of economic value (e.g. gamebirds) are well studied. Other species are less well known, although knowledge on the ecology and demographics of many species is increasing. This means it is now possible to compare between communities, species ecology and populations between species and across Europe.

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27 - 31 Aug 2013

EOU 9th Conference

Norwich, UK

Early bird bookings available until 30 April.

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BOU/Swarovski Optik best student and early-career researcher presentations 

The BOU have teamed up with Swarovski Optik to provide awards for the best oral and poster presentations by students and early-career researchers at EOU2013UK 

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As one of the local hosts and organisers the BOU will have an active presence at EOU2013UK.

We will be sponsoring students and early-career researchers to attend the conference (see reduced rates link left), presenting awards for the best student and early-career researcher presentations (see left) and we will be organising BOU specific events during the conference itself.

Look out for further details via the EOU website, the BOU website and on Twitter.

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