This week, the US NABCI partnership is releasing our newly designed website, an easy-to-navigate site that both provides information on the US NABCI Committee, as well as directs members of the bird conservation community to information about national-level bird conservation partnerships and resources.
The National Bird Conservation Social Science Coordinator, based in Dr. Ashley Dayer’s Human Dimensions lab at Virginia Tech, will help to better link bird conservation practitioners with social science resources. The Coordinator will help to identify issues in bird conservation that are priorities for social science research, develop a directory of social science resources related to bird conservation, and connect bird conservation partnerships with social scientists. For the first two years of the position, the Coordinator will also work specifically to address social science questions as they relate to private lands and bird conservation.
October 15-19 - Raleigh, North Carolina
October 16-19 - Baton Rouge, Louisiana
February 8-9, 2017 - Washington, DC
February 5-8 - Lincoln, Nebraska
March 4-11 - Spokane, Washington