Different raptor species in the Arctic nest at least 700 to 1,800 meters apart — except for the Rough-legged Hawk.
Because birdsAbout AOS
George Edwards deserves recognition as the creator of a method of posing specimens that anticipated Audubon’s.
Global warming is increasingly affecting wild bird populations, and because the Arctic is warming more rapidly than any other part of the world, populations of Arctic migratory birds are potentially the most vulnerable.
15 November 2019
NAOC early registration, call for abstracts, and travel award competition open (tentative)
29 November 2019
Officers and Elective Councilor nominations close
Fellows & Elective Member nominations close
1 December 2019
Student & Postdoc Research Award applications open
Deadline for symposium, round table, and workshop proposals for NAOC
Why AOS Now?
Department of Biology, University of New Mexico
AOS Elective Councilor
“The AOS community includes many great role models in ornithology, representing all living generations and career stages. It’s connected to the earliest history of our field, and it remains prominent and influential, both in the discovery of new bird knowledge and in the broader study of biodiversity. AOS has both inspired me and enabled me to do better work in curation, mentoring, and research. For those reasons, membership is essential.”