Adelaide AOC

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Subject: Adelaide AOC
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Date: Wed, 2 Sep 2015 07:02:47 +0000
Australasian Ornithological Conference 2015

BirdLife Australia, in collaboration with Birds New Zealand, is committed to 
holding biennial conferences that provide a regular forum for the exchange of 
information and ideas between avian-based researchers and conservationists 
throughout the Australasian region.  The conferences are held in a variety of 
venues to give attendees an opportunity to explore the diverse birdlife in the 
region.  This year the AOC will be held in Adelaide, South Australia on the 
campus of Flinders University.  The scientific program will runWednesday 25th 
to Friday 27th November and field trips will run 28th-29th November.  
Conference program highlights include a diverse range of short plenary lectures 
on topics ranging from woodland bird and penguin conservation, invasive 
species, sex and speciation, avian palaeobiology, evolutionary ecology, and 
stress.  Dr. Stephen Murphy will deliver a special lecture on the latest 
discoveries on the elusive and mysterious night parrot.  Field trip options 
include the Murray River mouth and lower lakes region, wetlands and woodlands 
(Adelaide Hills).

Local organising committee contact: Dr. Todd McWhorter 

Conference website:

Sponsors: BirdLife Australia, Birds New Zealand, BirdsSA, Flinders University, 
University of Adelaide

James O'Connor
Head of Research

BirdLife Australia
S2-05, 60 Leicester St
Carlton VIC 3053
Ph: 61 3 9347 0757<>
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