Symposia

MONDAY 20 JULY

 

S1 – Diversification Patterns in the Neotropics

Conveners: Camila Ribas & John Bates

 

S2 – Restoring bird populations: management strategies for the conservation of threatened species.

Convener: Pedro F. Develey

 

S3 – Habitat change and Neotropical birds: beyond patterns

Conveners: Kristina Cockle & Jared Wolf

 

S4 –Citizen Science for Citizens and Scientists

Convener: Sandro von Matter

 

TUESDAY 21 JULY

 

S5 – Biogeography and evolution of Amazonian non-forest birds

Conveners: Sergio Borges & Camila RIbas

 

S6 – Pathogens of wild bird populations: the value of surveys to understanding basic science, improving public and environmental health, and informing management decisions.

Convener: Maria Ogrzewalska

 

S7 – Bird diversity in cities: underlying ecological processes, human perception and management

Convener: Mauricio Soto

 

THURSDAY 23 JULY

 

S8 – Ecology and evolution of flooded forests

Conveners: Thiago Orsi Laranjeiras & Luciano Naka

 

S9 – The ecology and conservation of Tinamiformes and Neotropical Galliformes

Conveners: Jeffrey J. Thompson, Luis Fabio Silveira & Carolina Bertsch

 

S10 – Recent advances in the study of Bird migration in South America

Conveners: Víctor R. Cueto & Kimberly Smith

 

S11 – Impacts and applications of Next-generation sequencing

techniques in Neotropical ornithology

Convener: Gustavo Bravo

 

FRIDAY 24 JULY

 

S12 – Phylogeography of Atlantic Forest birds

Convener: Cristina Miyaki

 

S13 – Bird records committees in the Neotropics: steps towards simbiotic relationships among ornithologist, birdwatchers and conservationist

Convener: Juan Freile & Alejandro Solano – Ugalde

 

S14 – Bird Population Research at the Biological Dynamics of Forest Fragments Project: 36 Years of Sounds and Captures

Conveners: Gonçalo Ferraz and Richard O. Bierregaard, Jr.