First North African Ornithology Congress


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From North African Birds blog today:

First North African Congress of Ornithology: call for papers

The Laboratory of Applied Zoology and Animal Ecophysiology of the University of Béjaia (Algeria) is organising the First North African Congress of Ornithology and the 4th International Colloquium of Algerian Ornithology from 24 to 26 October 2017 at the University of Béjaia. …

Aims:

After the successful editions of Batna (2006), Oum El-Bouaghi (2012) and Guelma (2014). The Laboratory of Applied Zoology and Animal Ecophysiology of the Bejaia University (Algeria), suggests organizing the fourth edition of the International Colloquium of Algerian Ornithology. This year, and given the enthusiasm of our Maghrebian colleagues for the previous meetings, a North African dimension is given to this scientific event, with the organization for the first time on a regional level of the First North African Congress of Ornithology. The theme held this year, for both events; “The Birds of North Africa in front of Global Change”. The two meetings will certainly provide an opportunity to [make] a network of Maghreb ornithologists and … to create a scientific journal dealing with the Birds of North Africa.

Retained themes:

Birds of North Africa in front of Global Change

Status and biogeography of North African avifauna

Ecology and Biology of the birds of the Desert and Saharan Regions

Conservation of wetlands and water birds in northern Africa

Ecology and biology of forest avifauna

Birds of the Atlantic and the Mediterranean coasts

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