American Ornithology (@AmOrnith )

American Ornithology

Bio The American Ornithological Society: Advancing Scientific Knowledge and Conservation of Birds. Visit our site to access ornithology resources and get involved!
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TweetDeck : Hey AOS members, we are looking for new members for our Communications Committee! This involves a conference call once every few months to offer input on AOS communications, which are managed by a full-time staff member. Email [email protected] if interested!

TweetDeck : Nominations for the E. O. Wilson Naturalist Award are due January 15. Please note that mid-career has now been defined as within 25 years post PhD (and extenuating circumstances can extend that.…

TweetDeck : Did you know you can purchase a gift AOS membership for your favorite bird lover this Christmas? Log in to the Member Portal at and click on the Online Store tab!

TweetDeck : The keynote speaker at #AOS19AK will be Dr. Caroline Van Hemert, who will share the story of her human-powered journey from Washington State to the Arctic Circle to rediscover birds, the natural world, & her own love of science.

TweetDeck : We were happy to be able to publish research from this initiative in The Condor earlier this year:… #ornithology…

TweetDeck : This #SurfScoter spends the winter along the coastlines of North America. Look at the winter shore and you might see hundreds of Surf Scoters together at one time, diving in unison. #ornithology

TweetDeck : #AOS19AK workshop Working w/ Science Journalists 101 will cover how press releases work, what science journalists want when they contact you for an interview, & more. Check out the full workshop lineup on the meeting website!…

TweetDeck : Why good sampling matters: our comprehensive phylogeny of the
Pacific-slope / Cordilleran Flycatcher complex finds Mexican populations
render the Cordilleran Flycatcher paraphyletic, and uncovers a highly distinct lineage in the Sierra Madre del Sur:…

TweetDeck : Attention #ornithology students: remember to apply for a travel award to help cover your costs for #AOS19AK! Over 130 students received travel funding for our 2018 meeting.…

TweetDeck : A Pileated Woodpecker returned for a wintertime visit at the Cornell Feeders this week! Watch him inspect the various offerings before settling on tasty, energy-dense suet. ⠀
Catch one LIVE by clicking the link in our profile.⠀
#birdcams #n…