Symposia

A no-analog future for birds in a changing climate?

Organizer and moderator: Jennifer Seavey, Dept of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation, University of Florida
Wednesday 27 July, 13:00 – 17:00, Grand 3

Schedule: S02: A no-analog future for birds in a changing climate?

Citizen science as a tool for ecological research

Organizers/moderators: Wesley M. Hochachka and Benjamin Zuckerberg, Cornell Laboratory of Ornithology
Wednesday 27 July 13:00 - 17:00, Grand 6

Schedule: S01: Citizen Science as a Tool for Ecological Research

Post-fledgling use of second-growth vegetation by forest-breeding migratory birds

Organizers/moderators: John Faaborg,University of Missouri –Columbia; David King, USDA Forest Service/University of Massachusetts - Amherst; and Amanda Rodewald, Ohio State University –Columbus
Thursday 28 July 13:00 – 17:00, Grand 6

Schedule: S03: Post-fledgling use of second-growth vegetation by forest-breeding migratory birds

Conservation biology of the Florida Scrub-Jay: Challenges to saving Florida’s unique bird

Organizers/moderators: John Fitzpatrick, Cornell Laboratory of Ornithology; and Reed Bowman, Archbold Biological Station
Thursday 28 July 13:00 – 17:00, Grand 3

Schedule: S04:Conservation Biology of the Florida Scrub-Jay: Challenges to Saving Florida's Unique Bird