We are excited to introduce the new strategic plan for the American Ornithological Society (AOS), a guiding document that will help us meet the needs of our community now and into the future.
“I needed to find and surround myself with people who have similar passions and research interests.”
The North Sea is one of the main areas in Europe for the development of offshore wind farms. These wind farms are important for the transition to renewable energies but pose a potential risk for seabirds.
The American Ornithological Society is excited to share some great news with you: Ramona Fletcher joined the AOS team in January as our new Meeting Manager!
The American Ornithological Society (AOS) seeks a coordinator for two major initiatives in 2024 to support diversity and increase equity, inclusion, and belonging within ornithology.
The American Ornithological Society (AOS, or Society) seeks a new editor-in-chief (EIC) for the journal Ornithological Applications.
By Eric Wood Related paper: Historical racial redlining and contemporary patterns of income inequality negatively affect birds, their habitat, and people in Los Angeles, California by Eric M. Wood, Sevan Esaian, Christian Benitez, Philip J. Ethington, Travis Longcore, Lars Y. Pomara. Ornithological Applications While driving around Greater Los Angeles (L.A.), one cannot help but notice …
“There is power in a name, and some English bird names have associations with the past that continue to be exclusionary and harmful today,” says president. “The time has come for us to transform this process and redirect the focus to the birds, where it belongs,” says CEO. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: email@example.com CHICAGO (November …
The American Ornithological Society (AOS) names Christina P. Riehl as new Ornithology editor-in-chief
The American Ornithological Society (AOS) is pleased to announce Christina (Christie) P. Riehl as the new editor-in-chief for its top-ranked journal, Ornithology. Dr. Riehl is the first female editor of the journal in its 147-year history.
The American Ornithological Society (AOS) awards four 2023 Kessel Fellowships for ornithological research
The American Ornithological Society (AOS) is pleased to announce the awardees of the 2023 Kessel Research Fellowship for early-career researchers. Four $15,000 fellowships were awarded to Lucia Mentesana, Facundo X. Palacio, Shailee Shah, and Frank Fogarty to support their ornithological research.