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What did we learn from #JerseyDoodles: Pilot Season?

This week, I've left the field to attend #AOSSCO17 (The joint meeting of American Ornithological Society and Society of Canadian Ornithologists). Last night I shared the 2016 field season results as the poster session. (When I have the video link I will share that as well.) https://widgets.figshare.com/articles/5271034/embed?show_title=1 To increase participation and interest, I challenged viewers … Continue reading What did we learn from #JerseyDoodles: Pilot Season?

What to get the Woodcock Watcher in your Life

Still looking for last minute holiday gifts?  Here are some suggestions. Consider making a donation in their name to support woodcock research.  You can do so between now and January 15, 2015 via experiment.com. Irish Coin Woodcock Pendant: Order a vintage coin necklace featuring a European Woodcock via Parts for You, Etsy. $13.95 Prefer a more morbid/anatomically … Continue reading What to get the Woodcock Watcher in your Life

Expanding Horizons I

This past week, the 6th NAOC (North American Ornithological Conference) was held in Washington DC from August 16-20th with options for workshops the two days prior to the conference and birding excursions for two days following. What is the purpose of a scientific conference? Scientific conferences are typically held annually to share latest results, see … Continue reading Expanding Horizons I