A partial list of papers and presentations is included below; the full slate will be available soon. All presentations will revolve around the meeting’s theme: Using Bird Science To Inform Conservation
Confirmed papers include:
Samantha Apgar: Tidal marsh bird behavioral flexibility in response to nest flooding events.
Amanda Bebel: Assessing Post-Breeding Dispersal Movements of Adult and Juvenile Wood Thrushes in Southeastern Pennsylvania.
Allison Black: Diet of Great Black-backed and Herring Gulls, Tuckernuck and Muskeget Islands, Massachusetts.
Erin Harrington: Engaging Rhode Island community members in American Woodcock research.
Min Huang: Use of Banding and Life Cycle Models to inform Continental American Black Duck Conservation.
Aaron Given: Bird Banding on Kiawah Island, South Carolina.
Laura-Marie Koitsch: 50 Years of Raptor Banding at Cape May, New Jersey.
Bob Mulvihill: Using Wing Molt to Age Passerines.
Len Reitsma: Maximizing International Conservation Research at the Local Scale.
Andrew Vitz*, Marja Bakermans, Joshua Driscoll: Addressing Full Cycle Data Needs for Conservation of the Eastern Whip-poor-Will
*Designates presenting author.
Confirmed posters include:
Sam Parks: Avian response to small group selection harvests at two structurally distinct woodlots in North Central New Hampshire.
Iurii Strus: Banding Black Storks (Ciconia nigra) in Ukraine.
Annie Lindsay: Refueling Performance in Migratory Songbirds at Two Long-term Bird Banding Sites.
Evan Dalton: Can passive netting ground-truth assumptions based on nocturnal flight calls?