“Restoring bird populations: scaling from species to ecosystems” is a conference that will be held in Nottingham, UK over 7-9 April 2020, organized by the British Ornithologists' Union.
“This landmark international conference will bring together the latest science underpinning the restoration of bird species and their ecosystems, focusing on successes, challenges and future directions. This 2020 event coincides with a milestone year for assessing Aichi targets for biodiversity conservation, and comes on the eve of the UN Decade of Ecosystem Restoration that will run from 2021-2030. It will be of broad interest to conservation-, population- and community-ecologists, practitioners and policy makers.”
Read more here on submitting abstracts (deadlines in September) and keynote speakers.
Restoring island seabird populations by eradicating invasive rodents: a helicopter moves poison bait from ship to shore
John Cooper, ACAP Information Officer, 22 August 2019