THE MADISON PEREGRINE CONFERENCE In August 1965, Professor Joseph J. Hickey of the University of Wisconsin, Madison, assembled nearly 60 biologists and other scientists from seven countries to compare data and discuss reasons for the sudden disappearance of the Peregrine Falcon, and other birds of prey, from parts of the world. The Madison Conference is […]
The abstract and program book is now available online for this week’s annual conference in Sacramento, California. For more information on conference events and how to attend, visit https://raptorresearchfoundation.org/conferences/current-conference.
Sacramento, California 2015, 4-8 October Hosts: Golden Gate Raptor Observatory 434 conference attendees Conference Program Download Conference Final Report Video of the Madison Peregrine Conference Panel
9th Asian Raptor Research and Conservation Network Conference The theme of this year’s symposium is “Global Raptor Migration – Better Monitoring for Conservation.” The mission of Asian Raptor Research and Conservation Network Conference (ARRCN) is the exchange of information among its members, to coordinate research on both resident and migratory species, and through training, education […]
Corpus Christi, Texas 2014 24-28 September 216 conference attendees Conference Program Download Conference Final Report
Bariloche, Argentina 2013 21-24 October conference attendees Conference Program Download Conference Final Report
ANNOUNCEMENT Raptors of the Northwest Symposium February 5-7, 2014; Pasco, WA The Raptors of the Northwest Symposium (RNWS) will be part of a Joint Meeting with several other meetings and symposia, including the annual meeting of the TWS Washington Chapter and the 4th International Burrowing Owl Symposium. The specific dates for the Raptor Symposium are […]
THIS IS THE FIRST CALL FOR REGISTRATION / PAPERS / POSTERS / VIDEO FILMS We invite you to contribute Oral Presentations /Poster Presentations /Video films to the scientific session, based on original research only on diurnal (Falconiformes) and nocturnal (Strigiformes) raptors from Asia. Website: arrcn.elafoundation.org Kindly go to the website for downloads and instructions: Registration […]
The annual meeting of the Raptor Research Foundation will be held jointly with other ornithological societies at the North American Ornithological Conference in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Abstract submissions are welcomed online at the conference website http://www.naoc-v2012.com/abstract-submission The deadline for receipt of abstracts is 29 February 2012.
Duluth, Minnesota 2011, 4-8 October Hosts: Hawk Ridge Bird Observatory, University of Minnesota Duluth, Duluth Audubon Society 231 conference attendees Conference Program Download Conference Final Report