FW: CMS Thesis Award on Migratory Species

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Subject: FW: CMS Thesis Award on Migratory Species
From: "Stephen Ambrose" <>
Date: Sat, 2 Apr 2011 09:56:17 +1100
This may be of interest to some postgraduates or their research supervisors
in Australia.

Stephen Ambrose
Ryde NSW

-----Original Message-----
From: ORNITH-L: the scientific discussion of Ornithology
 On Behalf Of Klaus Riede
Sent: Friday, 1 April 2011 11:08 PM
Subject: CMS Thesis Award on Migratory Species

Dear Listmembers,
most of you probably already heard about the
CMS Thesis Award on Migratory Species, rewarding the best 
thesis of conservation relevance for migratory species 
    - 10,000 Euros
(for details, see
So please apologize for bothering you again, but time is 
running, because the deadline for application is 15th of 
April 2011!  In addition, we had several requests of 
extending the conditions for the acception period of the 
thesis to 4 years, which means that theses finished 
between May 2007 until April 2011 are eligible, to give 
those who (nearly) missed the last contest a chance.

Please help us to spread the word, by forwarding our link, 
or by putting up a printed version of the announcement 
poster, which you can enlarge by a simple mouseclick, at 
your university or research station.
Note that application is open for everybody and not bound 
to CMS member states citizens!
Good luck, and hoping to hear from you,
yours sincerely Klaus Riede

PD Dr. Klaus Riede
Global Register of Migratory Species -
Zoologisches Forschungsmuseum Alexander Koenig
Adenauerallee 160
53113 Bonn
GERMANY - phone +49-(0)228-9122234


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