Avian conservation translocations: from reinforcements to reintroductions to rewilding
12 – 13 November 2024
On Zoom and X (Twitter)
Registration will open after the call for abstracts closes. For now, registration rates are displayed to assist in planning.
BOU members – requires login
Hub individual £25
Individual £80 (Early-bird); £120 (after 23:59 UTC, 27 October)
Hub individual £50 (Early-bird); £75 (after 23:59 UTC, 27 October)
Attend as part of a hub
Individuals can register to attend as part of a hub; that is, two or more people watching the online conference together at the same location. Each individual viewing the conference as part of a hub will need to register using the ‘hub individual’ option, either as a BOU member or a non-member. Hubs can comprise a mixture of members and non-members (although prices, as always, are reduced for members).
This option is intended to facilitate watching an online conference together with friends and colleagues in the same physical location, giving attendees the opportunity to create their own conference atmosphere, whilst still having the ability to interact individually (e.g. on Slack, Zoom Q&As).
Each individual will receive a personal link to attend the Zoom conference and will be able to participate on Slack and Zoom Q&As as an individual (via their own machine).
Each hub will be responsible for organising their own hub set-up, including the hub location, the viewing facilities and coordinating which individuals are part of their hub. You do not need to notify us who is attending your hub, but anyone attending a hub MUST register, and anyone registering as a hub participant MUST attend as part of a hub.
Of course, if you are unable or do not wish to view the conference as part of a hub, we still have the standard, non-hub individual attendance option.
If you are interested in organising a hub, please get in touch with us.
Scientific Programme Committee
Dr Lynda Donaldson | Chair | RSPB, UK
Dr Katie Beckmann | University of Edinburgh, UK
Dr Victoria Franks | University of Salford, UK
Dr Kevin Wood | Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust, UK & BOU Meetings Committee
Image credit (top right): Common Crane | Zeynel Cebeci CC BY-SA 4.0 Wikimedia Commons