7th North American Ornithological Conference
Aug 10 – Aug 15 all-day

HOLOHIL will be attending this year’s conference!

We invite you to attend the 7th North American Ornithological Conference. We’re gathering in San Juan, Puerto Rico — the first time NAOC has visited the Caribbean! Restoration and recovery are at the forefront of avian research and conservation globally. We anticipate this will be just one of many fascinating topics and themes to be highlighted, discussed, and debated in the array of symposia, round table discussions, workshops, and poster sessions being planned for NAOC 2020. We’re expecting up to 1700 delegates to flock here from not just the Americas, but from around the world, since the NAOC has established itself globally as a preeminent ornithological meeting for the research and conservation communities alike. We hope you’ll register to attend, submit an abstract to present a talk or poster on your research and conservation endeavors, and enjoy the experience of a lifetime.

The Wildlife Society – 27th Annual Conference
Sep 27 – Oct 1 all-day

HOLOHIL will be an exhibitor at this year’s conference!

The Wildlife Society’s Annual Conference returns to its traditional individual format this year in Louisville, Kentucky! As we continue efforts to place emphasis on our educational and training program, this year’s event facilitates even greater learning avenues for students and professionals alike. Our singular host venue, the Galt House Hotel, creates a more intimate conference experience for attendees than we’ve had in several years, fostering excellent opportunities for networking and engagement. So join us in 2020, for a classic TWS event — our 27th Annual Conference!

NASBR 50th Annual Symposium on Bat Research
Oct 28 – Oct 31 all-day

HOLOHIL will be an exhibitor at this year’s conference!

North American Society for Bat Research

The North American Society for Bat Research promotes the study and conservation of bats by facilitating communication and collaboration among scientists, educators, and the general public. The society holds an annual meeting called the North American Symposium on Bat Research, usually in October. Although most attendees reside in North America, the society welcomes participants from all areas of the globe.