The goal of the Waterbird Society Research Award is to encourage significant advances in the biology, ecology, status assessment or conservation biology of waterbirds. The Grants Committee currently solicits proposals for this award that focus on:
  • Basic research on species not covered by other Waterbird Society grants,
  • Monitoring projects that contribute to the knowledge of waterbird population status, distribution, abundance or trends, especially for species that are data deficient or where there are significant information gaps in the core areas of a species’ range, or
  • Work that makes a substantial contribution to waterbird conservation.
These grants are open globally to any student, professional, or amateur. Financial and education sta

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