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The Seabird Group Feb 21
Agreement on the Conservation of Albatrosses and Petrels (ACAP): "The United Kingdom’s Seabird Group will celebrate World Albatross Day with ACAP" & we are DELIGHTED to be onboard! =>
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Miguel McMinn 🐧 Feb 22
⚠️ Abstract submission for Submit your abstract and find more info at Registration open until 15 March!
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World Seabird Union Feb 22
Abstract submission for is NOW OPEN! This is your chance to get your research and out to a global audience - submit your abstract and find more info at Registration open until 15 March!
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Albatross Task Force Feb 22
Our youngest star has made it through some of the toughest few months in an albatross’ life. Check out our latest blog to learn more about SNOWBALL: πŸ“·: Alex Dodds
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Paige Byerly Feb 22
Happy ! Winter for us = breeding season for the Magnificent Frigatebird. These BIG birds (7 ft wingspan!) have 1 of the longest nesting periods, with females feeding chicks for a year before they leave the nest. That’s a huge investment, so why do they do it???
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Alexa Rose Feb 22
A new puffin social attraction method? 🀣
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Dr Alex Bond πŸ³οΈβ€πŸŒˆπŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦ Feb 22
Always a good when there's a seabird paper accepted!
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Mark Mallory Feb 22
Every time I see herring and great black-backed gulls flying around in the winter I think "oh, you're cool ... but you ain't got nothin' on ivory gulls"
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Collette Lauzau Feb 22
At the Florida Panhandle Shorebird Working Group Bekah Snyder of presented preliminary data on artificial nest boxes on rooftops. Over half of Florida's Least Terns are nesting on gravel rooftops that are rapidly disappearing. /
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Mark Mallory Feb 22
You just don't mess with skuas; also hold tight to your sandwich
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World Seabird Union Feb 15
Abstract submission for will open Saturday 22nd February! Get those abstracts ready and join us for 3 days of jam-packed research and conservation tweets!
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Cetacean Freak Feb 22
4 black-headed on this week, all in different stages of plumage ranging from winter to virtually full breeding.
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Antje Steinfurth Feb 22
Meet the Islanders! ❀️
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Declan Troy Feb 15
Peruvian Pelicans: LIke a giant version of Brown Pelican. Found along the Pacific coast of South America. near Chiclayo
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MFRC GMIT Feb 22
Six years ago today and from collected 39 dead Auks from a seabird wreck along the southeast coast. One Guillemot was ringed, subsequently discovered to be 29 years old, ringed as a chick less than 5km from where it was found.
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Wylie Horn Feb 22
Head of Birdlife International Marine Programme, Sandy UK
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BOU πŸ‘©πŸ»β€πŸ«πŸ‘¨πŸΏβ€πŸ«πŸ§•πŸ½πŸ‘³πŸ½β€β™‚οΈ 🌈 Feb 21
| 4 - 6 May 2020 | All around the world! Listen up all you seabird lovers! Submissions for will be open from tomorrow! Be sure to follow and check the tag for details and link to submit your abstract.
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Klaus Riede Feb 22
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Sarah Long Feb 15
Such a joy to paint this species yesterday for - a bird I've seen before (in its darker morph) flying low over Village Bay, - and also found around the northern shores of Scotland + higher latitudes. But what's the species? ;)
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World Seabird Union Feb 20
Remember abstract submission opens this ! And since science is even more fun in group, if you & a group of colleagues want to take over a session with a specific theme (5-10 comms) let us know at wstc.seabirds@gmail.com and we'll find a slot for it!
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