The Elliott Coues Award recognizes outstanding and innovative contributions to ornithological research, regardless of the geographic location of the work.
The American Ornithological Society’s Loye and Alden Miller Research Award is given for lifetime achievement in ornithological research.
The Rainbow Lorikeets are excited to be involved with multiple virtual projects, scholarships, and Pride celebrations for the LGBTQIA+ community in 2020!
The following is a message from AOS President, Kathy Martin, and AOS Diversity & Inclusion Committee co-chairs, Sharon Gill and Viviana Ruiz Gutierrez: The recent deaths of Black Americans, including George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, and David McAtee, at the hands of white police and vigilantes, have highlighted trans-generational systemic racism in U.S. institutions and …
The Ralph W. Schreiber Conservation Award recognizes extraordinary scientific contributions to the conservation, restoration, or preservation of birds.
What do you do when you have to teach field ornithology during a lockdown? This is the dilemma that I shared with many college instructors this spring.
Population size estimation is experiencing a bit of a renaissance, due in no small part to the recent “three billion birds lost” paper by Rosenberg et al.
In 2018, the American Ornithological Society established the Stettenheim Service Award to carry on the tradition of the Cooper Honorary Member Award.
More Americans are discovering birding as a hobby during the pandemic, but for many ornithologists, bird research will look quite different this year.
Bird song has long been considered a sexually selected signal, used predominantly by male songbirds for territorial defense and mate attraction.