Everyone is invited to attend the EOU AGM on Thursday, 29 August in Lecture Theatre 1 at 1845.
BOU @ EOU
A virtual issue of IBIS to celebrate EOU2013UK
To celebrate the EOU coming to the UK, the BOU has produced a special, free to view, virtual issue of IBIS. The issue showcases recent papers published in IBIS on the major plenary themes of EOU2013UK. View the EOU2013 virtual issue of IBIS
IBIS - meet the editors
Come and meet the IBIS editors at the Wiley Blackwell stand in the Exhibition Hall on Thursday, 29 August at the afternoon coffee break, 1450 - 1530.
BOU & BTO Early-career Researcher Workshop
A reminder to students that the BOU and BTO have a joint journal publishing workshop on Thursday, 29 August in Lecture Theatre 4 at 1745.
BOU Swarovski Optik Best Student Awards
The BOU have teamed up with Swarovski Optik to provide awards for the best oral and poster presentations by students and early-career researchers. These awards will be presented during the closing ceremony on Saturday, 31 August.
The BOU Blog
The BOU is always looking for contributions to the BOU Blog (see here). If you wish to write a blog post before, during or after the conference, then please contact Steve Dudley.
Migratory Landbirds Round Table Discussion
Establishing a Migratory Landbirds Study Group (MLSG): meeting Wednesday 28 August, 1300-1400, Lecture Theatre SCI 3.05
The Convention for Migratory Species (CMS) Africa-Eurasia Migratory Landbirds Working Group (AEML WG) is convening a meeting to share ideas relating to one of the actions contained within the draft UNEP CMS Action Plan for AEML – to develop an international network of specialists and organizations involved in research, monitoring and conservation of migratory landbirds (relevant information documents, including the draft Action Plan can be found here). The AEML WG propose that one way of achieving this would be through the establishment of a Migratory Landbirds Study Group MLSG. With a similar approach to that of the International Wader Study Group (IWSG), the suggested aims of the MSLG would be to:
· Maintain contact between both amateurs and professionals studying migratory landbirds;
· Help organise international co-operative studies;
· Provide a vehicle for exchange of information on migratory landbirds and their biology;
· Promote scientific capacity building throughout the flyway (especially in Africa).
You are cordially invited to provide much-welcome input into how the MLSG might operate most effectively.