Reproduction and migration are the two most demanding tasks in a bird’s life, and the vast majority of species separate them into different times of the year.
Because birdsAbout AOS
Few groups of organisms possess striking visual displays that rival the bright colors and intricate patterns of bird feathers.
The American Ornithological Society (AOS) is honored to announce that we are accepting applications for the new Kessel Research Fellowship Program.
1 October 2019
Membership renewal opens
14 October 2019
Officers and Elective Councilor nominations open
Fellow & Elective Member nominations open
29 November 2019
Officers and Elective Councilor nominations close
Fellows & Elective Member nominations close
Why AOS Now?
Department of Forest and Conservation Sciences, University of British Columbia
“Our AOS mandate to advance ornithology and ornithologists is increasingly important given the extent of global change. AOS promotes science-based discoveries and solutions to our environmental problems, and you can help. Please join us on our important mission to study and protect birds and their habitats. The journey will be important, interesting, and fun!”