Say's Phoebe Sayornis saya perched on a stalk

AOS Announces Momentous English Bird Names Decision

Sayornis saya

Upcoming Student Affairs Committee Webinar

Prashant Ghimire extracting DNA from ancient samples of the Woolly-necked stork at Omics Lab, Kent State University

Man bird watching near ocean

Early Career

AOS Member since 2018, Prashant Ghimire from Nepal birding in Puerto Rico during AOS-BC 2022.

Birds flying over water

Birds are
Essential to
Our Future

Bar-tailed Godwits (Limosa lapponica). Photo by Phil Battley.

Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, Belonging, and Justice

Wing Beat

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30 November 2023
AOS SAC Webinar: Refine Your Resume for Ornithology Jobs Outside of Academia

9:30–10:30 a.m. (ET)
This professional development event is open to current AOS members. You can join or renew your membership in the AOS Member Portal.

15 December 2023

31 December 2023

Nominations due for AOS-sponsored 2024 Student Memberships.


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Faces of AOS

Morgan Tingley | Faces of AOS

“AOS members care so much about the society, which makes participating in AOS incredibly rewarding.”

Meet Morgan