With 2020 finally behind us, we’re excited about what’s in store for AOS and our members in 2021. We have a bold vision for the future and a clear commitment to strengthen the professional support we provide our community members, especially for our most vulnerable members who have been affected by COVID restrictions. Our aim …
We are eager to create a welcoming and dynamic exchange among our members. Please join us online for our first quarterly AOS Community Forum. This will be the first in a series of structured virtual forums designed to open up dialogue.
The seventh North American Ornithological Conference (NAOC VII), which came to a close on Saturday, August 15, was a resounding success! The conference, organized by nine societies and originally planned to convene in San Juan, Puerto Rico, was moved online as concerns about the COVID-19 pandemic grew. This virtual gathering provided an opportunity for nearly …
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.
More Americans are discovering birding as a hobby during the pandemic, but for many ornithologists, bird research will look quite different this year.
Our primary goal is to ensure that your AOS membership provides you with as much value as possible during this difficult time.