When the fragment of calcareous plate was unearthed in sunny southeastern France, there was a hint of the presence within it of small fossil bones.
Author: AOS Staff
In celebration of World Migratory Bird Day, here are six favorite migration-related papers published in AOS journals in the past year.
The gut microbiome has attracted a great deal of attention in recent years, and Morgan Slevin is studying how its diversity affects cognition in birds.
AOS is pleased to announce Dr. Nicholas A. Mason, Dr. Sara Kaiser, and Dr. Jennifer Walsh as the 2020 recipients of the society’s Early Professional Awards
The AOS Council has voted to approve changing the names of the Society’s journals from Auk to Ornithology and from Condor to Ornithological Applications.
Human dimensions are critical in understanding, preserving, and managing birds that eat crop pests, provide economic opportunities, and bring us joy.
The Katma Award encourages the formulation of new ideas that challenge long-held views and change the course of thinking about the biology of birds.
AOS has been celebrating National Volunteer Week by introducing you to a new AOS volunteer each day via our social media platforms.
AOS is proud to recognize the students and postdoctoral researchers who are receiving funding through our 2020 Research Awards.
The American Ornithological Society bestows the Brina C. Kessel Award every two years for a paper published in The Auk: Ornithological Advances.