The program schedule will consist of a Plenary Talk each morning to start four days of oral presentations (Symposia), and two afternoon sessions of poster presentations. Complementary courses, workshops and meetings will be held during the day prior to the start of the congress or during days following its completion.
KEYNOTE SPEAKERS CONFIRMED
DR. THEUNIS PIERSMA
DR. GUY MORRISON
DR. NIGEL CLARK
LIC. PATRICIA GONZALEZ
- Shorebird studies in Peru.
- Shorebirds Trophic Ecology.
- Within-species differences in migration strategies.
- Estimating Seasonal Survivorship in Shorebirds.
- Improving habitat through management and good governance.
- Tools for the conservation of migratory shorebird populations: Monitoring the general physical condition of individuals.
- The Migratory Shorebird Project: Connecting communities of the Americas through climate-smart conservation science.
- Community engagement for shorebirds conservation.
- Biofilm feeding by shorebirds: Conservation implications.
- Shorebirds in the Americas productive systems.