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  • Title: Pacific Seabird Group (PSG) Website:
    Descriptive info: .. Home.. |.. About Us.. Annual Meeting.. Conservation.. Membership.. Jobs.. Committees.. Exec.. Council.. Publications.. Grants.. Pacific Seabird Group.. c/o Lindsay Young, Treasurer.. P.. O.. Box 61493.. Honolulu, HI 96839-1493.. Support the.. Visit the online journal.. Marine Ornithology.. :.. www.. marineornithology.. org.. (PSG).. Dedicated to the study of Pacific seabirds and their environment.. PSG News.. 16 NOVEMBER.. 2013.. Abstract deadline extended!.. Abstracts for oral and poster presentations due.. 29 November.. lease visit.. the.. Annual Meeting webpage.. for details.. 04 NOVEMBER.. TRAVEL AWARD APPLICATIONS EXTENDED TO 15 NOVEMBER.. Travel Awards are now due 15 November.. 16 OCTOBER.. FINAL CALL FOR TRAVEL AWARD APPLICATIONS - Due 30 October.. SECOND CALL FOR ABSTRACTS - Due 15 November.. Please visit.. 01 OCTOBER.. FIRST CALL FOR ABSTRACTS AND TRAVEL AWARDS.. EARLY REGISTRATION IS OPEN FOR 41ST PSG ANNUAL MEETING.. 15 AUGUST.. Information is posted about the 41st PSG Annual Meeting taking place in Juneau, Alaska.. to get the latest updates!.. 05 MARCH 2013.. The 2013 recipient of PSG's Lifetime Achievement Award was Malcolm Coulter.. Please visit the.. Awards webpage.. for information about Malcolm's achievements.. PSG held its 40th Annual Meeting on 20-23 February in Portland, Oregon.. Please see.. for  ...   Meeting have been posted.. and select the link at the top of the page for Executive Council Minutes to access the report.. 13 MARCH 2012.. The Final EXCO Board Packet is posted on the.. Executive Council (EXCO) webpage.. It includes reports from all of the officers and committees presented at the February 2012 EXCO Meeting.. 08 OCTOBER 2009.. Follow us on Twitter@PacificSeabirds - it is not just for PSG members but anyone that wants to follow us:.. http://twitter.. com/PacificSeabirds.. 31 MARCH 2008.. PSG Craig S.. Harrison Conservation Grants:.. The Pacific Seabird Group renamed their.. Conservation Small-grants Program to honor Craig S.. Harrison.. Grants.. web page for more information on the program and Craig Harrison.. Follow us on.. Twitter@PacificSeabirds.. Connect with the Pacific Seabird Group on.. Facebook.. Visit.. , the online journal dedicated to the study of marine birds.. Visit our.. Membership webpage.. to begin and renew your membership.. Order PSG reprints using this.. downloadable form.. For access to the Pacific Seabird Group listserv, please.. contact.. Verena Gill.. This website is currently a work in progress.. We welcome critiques, ideas, and suggestions; please send them to.. Annette Henry.. Copyright 2005-2007, All Rights Reserved.. info@pacificseabirdgroup..

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  • Title: Pacific Seabird Group (PSG) Website: ABOUT US
    Descriptive info: Honolulu, HI 96839-1493.. PSG Award Recipients.. (Lifetime and Special.. Achievement Awards.. Download the PSG organization bylaws.. (PDF format).. Visit the online journal Marine Ornithology:.. The Pacific Seabird Group (PSG) is a society of professional seabird researchers and managers dedicated to the study and conservation of seabirds.. PSG was formed in 1972 out of a need for increased communication among academic and government seabird researchers.. The principal goals of PSG are (1) to increase the quality and quantity of seabird research through facilitating exchange of information and (2) to identify and assess the importance of threats to seabird populations and provide government agencies and others with expert advice on managing the threats and populations.. PSG is a member of the Ornithological Council and the American Bird Conservancy.. PSG members include biologists, wildlife managers, students and conservationists from the United States, Mexico, Canada and Japan and 12 other countries.. PSG annual meetings and publications provide forums where members can share their findings on all research topics relating to Pacific seabirds and discuss local and large scale conservation issues.. The PSG is headed by an Executive Council including regional representatives.. OUR CONCERN IS SEABIRDS.. The interest and concern of the PSG encompasses millions of birds of over 275 species--all related by their dependence on the ocean environment, but widely divergent in their natural histories and the problems they face.. Pacific seabirds include representatives of 23 families, including penguins, loons, grebes, albatross, shearwaters, storm-petrels, boobies, pelicans, cormorants, frigatebirds, geese, ducks, puffins, murres, murrelets, auklets, guillemots, phalaropes, sandpipers, plovers, terns, jaegers, and tropicbirds.. Some Pacific seabirds are astonishingly numerous and wander widely over the seas.. For example, millions of shearwaters that nest on islands off Australia and New Zealand  ...   long-lived and reproduce slowly.. Yet changes are swiftly coming to the seabirds world.. Oil pollution, plastic in the ocean, fishery depletion's, are but a few threats that need addressing.. SEABIRDS FOR THE FUTURE -.. Protection and conservation of the great variety of fascinating seabirds of the Pacific Ocean is a challenge that will require the contributions, research, concern and dedication of many people from many countries if the diversity and numbers of seabirds are to be preserved.. ACTIVITIES.. PSG has an active program that includes annual meetings, hosting of symposia, several committees, and publications.. ANNUAL MEETINGS:.. At yearly conferences, seabird researchers share their discoveries and conservation concerns with each other and the public.. Reflecting the international distribution of Pacific seabirds, PSG annual meetings are often attended by people from throughout the world.. Attendees benefit from the support, constructive criticism and insights of fellow participants, as well as from the exchange of scientific reports.. Student presentations and reviews of ongoing research are encouraged.. COMMITTEES:.. Committees work to further PSG's goals.. Members are encouraged to participate and contribute to the activities of the committees.. PUBLICATIONS:.. The Pacific Seabird Group has four principal publications.. These are.. , Pacific Seabirds, PSG Symposia and PSG Technical Publications.. PROPOSING SYMPOSIA:.. There are specific guidelines for proposing symposia or special paper sessions at PSG Meetings.. Please review the.. Symposia Guidelines.. before submitting your proposal.. PSG Articles of Incorporation may be downloaded in PDF format (.. Articles of Incorporation.. ).. The PSG bylaws may be downloaded in PDF format (.. bylaws.. The Pacific Seabird Group is recognized as a 501(c)(3) organization and is tax exempt.. A copy of a letter from the IRS stating our tax-exemption is available online (.. IRS Tax-Exemption Letter..

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  • Title: Pacific Seabird Group (PSG) Website: ANNUAL MEETING
    Descriptive info: Important Deadlines.. Scientific Program.. Registration.. Venue/Travel.. Lodging Information.. Field Trips.. Silent Auction.. Travel Award.. Information.. Previous Abstracts.. PSG Award Recipients:.. 2013 Lifetime and Special.. Achievement Award.. Malcolm Coulter.. PSG’s 41.. st.. The PSG 2014 Local Committee.. welcomes you to Juneau, Alaska!.. February 19 – 22, 2014.. Local Committee Co-chairs: Sadie Wright (.. sadie.. wright@noaa.. gov.. ) and Yumi Arimitsu (.. marimitsu@usgs.. The 2014 PSG image was created by Juneau resident and artist, Jim Fowler.. This image will appear on t-shirts available for purchase online and at the meeting.. FINAL CALL FOR ABSTRACTS!.. EARLY REGISTRATION IS OPEN!.. This year, PSG will be using an on-line system for everything! To submit abstracts, register, purchase field trips, banquet tickets, and merchandise, click here to access.. RegOnLine.. (.. regonline.. com/psg2014.. 41ST ANNUAL MEETING IMPORTANT DEADLINES.. •.. ABSTRACT SUBMISSION OPEN UNTIL.. 29.. NOVEMBER 2013.. EARLY REGISTRATION ENDS.. 16 DECEMBER 2013.. HOTEL RESERVATIONS WITH PSG ROOM BLOCK ENDS.. 31 DECEMBER 2013.. SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM:.. Seabirds and Ecosystems.. Abstract Submission Deadline: 29 November 2013, midnight Pacific Time.. Author Notifications: 20 December 2013.. We are looking forward to a strong scientific program in Juneau! As in past years, the PSG Annual Meeting will include invited and contributed papers, including plenary speakers.. We have five Special Paper Sessions for the 2014 meeting that include Arctic, Hawaiian, and Japanese and Korean seabirds and their ecosystems, as well as two applied topics - fisheries interactions and oiled bird rescue.. Contributed sessions include topics familiar to PSG members such as 'breeding biology', 'conservation biology', and 'tracking distribution'.. We have included 'management, policy planning' this year for seabird research that has this focus.. For the first time this year, PSG will use an on-line abstract submission! Please submit all abstracts using the.. PSG registration link.. and following the directions provided.. You can submit your abstract with or without completing registration at this time, simply follow the instructions on-line.. See you in Alaska!.. Jo Smith (Scientific Program Chair).. For information or questions on the scientific program, please email:.. programchair@pacificseabirdgroup.. Abstract Format.. An abstract must conform to the following guidelines; abstracts will be returned to the author for revision if they do not.. English language.. 1,750 characters, with spaces (~250 words).. Maximum number of authors for abstract on-line is six (6).. Additional authors can be added to presentations.. No pictures, tables, or graphs.. Include species names for all seabirds and other taxa.. Place in parentheses after the common name.. Contributed Sessions.. Oral presentations will be grouped by topic; depending on the number of contributors, topics may be combined.. We will do our best to accommodate authors' preferences for oral or poster presentations and session topics.. Behaviour; Breeding Biology; Climate Change; Conservation Biology; Contaminants Marine Debris; Fisheries (see Special Paper Session); Foraging Ecology; Genetics; Management, Policy, and/or Planning; Non-breeding Biology; Physiology; Population Biology; Restoration Eradication; Tools Techniques; and Tracking Distribution.. Special Paper Sessions (SPS).. We are excited to announce five Special Paper Sessions! Please note if a session is open (Open, Open and Invited) or invited before submitting your abstract.. For Special Paper Sessions (SPS) that are open, select this if the topic is relevant to your study.. Please send an email to the convener to let them know of your interest.. Only select an invited SPS if you have already been in contact with the session chair; please see the below for descriptions of each SPS and the convener(s).. SPS1: Impacts of fisheries bycatch and derelict nets on Pacific marine birds (OPEN).. Convener: Doug Bertram (Environment Canada).. Email: douglas.. bertram[at]dfo-mpo.. gc.. ca.. Bycatch of marine birds from fisheries activities has recently gained significant attention as a worldwide conservation concern.. Major advances have been made in reducing bird bycatch from long line fishing operations in marked contrast to gillnet fisheries, which are often on small scales with little or no observer coverage.. Lost gillnets can become ghost nets that continue to catch and kill animals for many years unless the derelict net is removed.. This session welcomes papers on all aspects of marine bird fisheries bycatch and derelict gillnets including mortality estimation, conservation, management, mitigation and governance.. SPS2: Arctic Seabird Ecology (OPEN).. Convener: Adrian Gall (ABR Inc.. and University Alaska Fairbanks).. Email: agall[at]abrinc.. com.. The marine environment in the Arctic is changing at a rapid pace: it is losing sea ice, becoming more acidic, storm intensity is increasing, and oil and gas industries are renewing exploration activities offshore.. The circumpolar arctic is seeing an increase in shipping traffic as a consequence of the reductions in sea ice.. There is an urgent need to get and keep a finger on the pulse of seabird activity in light of these changes.. This session will focus on seabird research north of 66°N, complementing efforts by National Ocean and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) to synthesize information on biological resources in the Arctic (e.. g.. , Synthesis of Arctic Research [SOAR], Distributed Biological Observatory [DBO]).. Papers contributed to this special session should focus on the relationship between the arctic environment and seabirds or other birds that rely on marine resources.. By sharing information on Pacific and Atlantic seabirds, we can gain a greater understanding of the ecosystem-level changes that are linked to changes in the physical environment.. SPS3: Conservation of Hawaiian Seabirds (INVITED).. Co-conveners: Megan Laut (US Fish and Wildlife Service), and Andre Raine (Division of Forestry and Wildlife/Pacific Cooperative Studies Unit).. Email: megan_laut[at]fws.. gov, araine6[at]hawaii.. edu.. The Conservation of Hawaiian Seabirds Special Paper Session will give an overview of research and management of Hawaii's listed and non-listed species.. The first segment will focus on the management of Newell's shearwater and Hawaiian petrel on Kauai, and will provide an overview of the island-wide Habitat Conservation Plan that is being developed to mitigate for the mortality of these species from lights and power lines.. The second segment will be a broader session highlighting conservation work being undertaken on seabirds (not limited to endangered seabirds) throughout the main Hawaiian Islands.. SPS4: Oiled Seabird Rescue and Rehabilitation: Is it worth it? (INVITED AND OPEN).. Co-conveners: Kyra Mills-Parker (UC Davis) and Michael Ziccardi (UC Davis).. Email: kyparker[at]ucdavis.. In the past 50 years, oil spills have repeatedly been observed to be responsible (either directly or indirectly) for the killing of large numbers of seabirds.. Invariably, however, each large spill that occurs often generates heated discussions within the scientific community regarding the validity of capturing and providing rehabilitative care to individual oiled animals.. During this time period, there have been many improvements and successes in oiled bird care reported from the rehabilitation community, but the practice remains time-consuming, labor-intensive, and costly, and many believe that rescuing and rehabilitating impacted seabirds remains an exercise to appease the demanding public and has little conservation value at the population level.. Scientifically valid research studies focused on how well species do in rehabilitation, as well as post-release monitoring studies that can assess the long-term effectiveness of this effort  ...   9 mi.. 2 blocks.. (800) 331-2711; won’t set rates until after summer.. Silverbow Inn.. $209-$239.. (907) 586-4146; upscale.. Alaskan Hotel.. $60-$120.. (800) 327-9347; might be noisy.. Airport Hotels.. Best Western Inn.. $109.. 6 mi.. (907) 789-5005; government rates.. Super 8.. $97.. (907) 789-4858.. Aspen Suites.. (907) 500-7700; kitchens available.. Frontier Suites.. $119.. (907) 790-6600.. * Goldbelt Hotel will release 50% of remaining rooms on 12/20/2013, and all.. of the remaining rooms on 1/19/2013.. ** Baranof Hotel will release remaining rooms on 1/1/2014.. *** Juneau Hotel will release remaining rooms on 1/13/2014.. FIELD TRIP INFORMATION.. Eight fantastic field trips have been organized for meeting participants, starting on 15 February (before the meeting) and concluding on 23 February (after the meeting).. Alaska Marine Highway System (AMHS).. All.. AMHS.. trips must be booked by each individual traveler.. Use their.. website.. or call AMHS at 1-800-642-0066 to purchase your ticket.. When registering to attend PSG, indicate which field trips you are planning to participate in order that shuttle service to the ferry terminal can be arranged by the Local Committee.. Low attendance AMHS field trip participants will need to arrange their own transportation to the ferry terminal.. Day Field Trips.. Saturday, February 15:.. TENAKEE.. via Angoon—depart Juneau on the ferry.. M/V LeConte.. at 7am, rounding the north end of.. Admiralty Island.. , south down Chatham Strait to.. Angoon.. (the only town on Admiralty Island) for a half hour stop, before heading west into Tenakee Inlet in Chichagof Island to Tenakee for a half hour stop, and return to Juneau at 8pm.. Alcids, gulls, and sea ducks are likely to be observed along this route, as well as marine mammals such as humpback whales and Steller sea lions.. Ferry ticket = $103.. Tuesday, February 18:.. PELICAN.. —depart Juneau on the ferry.. , through Icy Strait (passing the entrance to.. Glacier Bay.. ), spend two hours in Pelican, and return to Juneau at 11pm (.. map.. Alcids, gulls, and seaducks are likely to be observed along this route, as well as marine mammals such as humpback whales and Steller sea lions.. Ferry ticket = $100.. W.. ednesday, February 19:.. GUSTAVUS.. via Hoonah—depart Juneau on the ferry.. M/V LeConte.. , through Icy Strait, stopping in.. Hoonah.. for an hour, and then to.. Gustavus.. for an hour, returning to Juneau at 6:30pm.. Ferry ticket = $66.. Sunday, February 23:.. SKAGWAY.. via Haines—depart Juneau on the ferry.. at 7am, head north up.. Lynn Canal.. to.. Haines.. for a half hour stop, before continuing further north to Skagway, returning south to Haines for an hour stop, and back to Juneau at 8:30pm.. Another option is to get off the ferry in Haines at noon, and get back on the southbound ferry when it returns at 3pm.. SITKA.. (oneway)—depart Juneau on the ferry.. M/V Taku.. at 1am (leave straight from the banquet?), rounding the north end of.. in the dark, through Icy Strait, stopping in.. for 45 minutes at 4:15am, before heading south down Chatham Strait, through Peril Strait and the narrows between Baranof and Chichagof Island to arrive in.. Sitka.. at 4pm.. You may choose to fly home from Sitka—Alaska Airlines flies to Sitka.. Ferry ticket = $45.. Monday, February 24:.. Extended Field Trip/Transportation to Juneau.. February 14-February 17:.. BELLINGHAM.. to Juneau—Travel from Washington State to Juneau through the marine waters of British Columbia and the Inside Passage of Southeast Alaska.. With stops in Ketchikan, Petersburg, and Wrangell, the.. M/V Malaspina.. will arrive in Juneau at 8:15am on February 17, two days before the PSG meeting begins.. It is possible to reserve a stateroom aboard the ferry, but some people prefer to unroll a sleeping bag and thermarest in the Solarium or in one of the indoor rooms.. Ferry ticket (oneway) = $326.. Bus Sightseeing/Birding Trip.. Sunday, February 23: A 6-hour bus trip to all the best Juneau birding sites on the road system, potentially including stops at the.. Mendenhall Glacier.. ,.. Eagle Beach.. , and the.. Mendenhall Wetlands.. This trip is under development and more details will be available soon.. SILENT AUCTION.. The Pacific Seabird Group (PSG) strives to.. encourage high-quality seabird research, and for.. graduate students.. , the PSG provides invaluable professional development experience in scientific communication, as well as access to expertise, advice and mentorship, and future opportunities.. Our student members have traveled to PSG meetings from China, Canada, Mexico, South America, Russia, Japan, Australia, New Zealand, the USA, and Europe.. Each year the PSG student membership holds a.. silent auction to.. help fund student travel.. to the annual Pacific Seabird Group meetings, and depending on the amount raised, we are able to provide money for 8-15% of the students that apply for travel funding.. Donations primarily come from members, but can also come from a number of other sources (e.. , individual, retail, other organizations).. Suitable donations for the silent auction include (but are not limited to) items such as:.. Photographs, posters, paintings, drawings or other art depicting seabirds, nature scenes, or by local artists.. Books on seabirds or nature or from local authors.. Outdoor gear (raingear, sleeping bags, tents, other camping gear).. Outdoor equipment (binoculars, waterproof paper, clipboards, notebooks).. Other - use your imagination!.. To donate something to our auction, please contact Sarah Thomsen (PSG student rep), sthomsen@sfu.. Thank you for supporting our student members!.. TRAVEL AWARD INFORMATION.. Deadline:.. 15 November 2013.. Notifications:6 December 2013.. Travel awards available to presenters that are Students.. 1.. from the US or Canada, Students.. not from US or Canada, and Scientists not from US or Canada.. To apply for a travel award, please tell us in 250 words or less (1,750 characters, with spaces) why you deserve this travel award from PSG.. Additionally, three criteria must be met to be considered for a travel award; you must:.. Be a PSG member.. S.. ubmit an abstract for a poster or oral presentation, and.. A.. gree to attend PSG's general membership Business Meeting – a brief (30 min) meeting held during the Annual Meeting so you can learn more about PSG.. Requests for Travel Awards need to be submitted online using the.. Thank you for applying for a PSG Travel Award!.. Students may only receive one travel award over a three-year period (for PSG 2014, ineligible students would include those who received travel awards to attend PSG's Annual Meetings in Long Beach, CA (2010), Victoria, BC (2010), or Turtle Bay, HI (2012).. , or Portland, Oregon (2013).. [Clarification: For students that received the waiver of the registration fee for the 2013 Portland meeting, this will not be considered when evaluating your eligibility for travel awards for the 2014 meeting in Juneau.. ].. PSG's LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD.. PSG's 2013 Lifetime Achievement Award Recipient:.. Please visit the.. Lifetime Award webpage.. to read about Malcolm's Achievements and previous award winners.. ABSTRACTS FROM 2013 PSG ANNUAL MEETING.. bstracts of the 2013 Annual Meeting are available in.. pdf.. format (.. Abstracts..

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  • Title: Pacific Seabird Group (PSG) Website: JOB LISTINGS
    Descriptive info: Job Listings.. Double-crested Cormorant.. Phalocrocorax auritius.. Photo Credit: Ben Saenz.. To post, send job listings to:.. Annette.. Henry@noaa.. This page will be updated approximately once a month.. Last update: 19 November 2013.. MARBLED MURRELET OBSERVER.. NW engineering and environmental firm is currently seeking several qualified candidates to supplement our existing Natural Resources staff to perform Marbled Murrelet monitoring.. The candidate should be a biologist with prior training and experience in identifying marine birds in the Pacific Northwest, as well as understanding and documenting bird behavior.. Minimum qualifications:.. - A Bachelor’s degree in biology, ornithology, or a closely related field, and at least one season of work with bird identification being the focus.. - Completed the USFWS training and have current certification.. - The candidate must be a US citizen with the ability to pass a security background check.. - Additional desired experience includes individuals with experience working or observing from small boats.. - Seeking an organized team player.. - Must have strong scientific writing and communication skills.. Travel to the project site within the State of Washington is required.. Proof of valid driver’s license is required.. Please submit cover letter with salary range and cover letter to.. resumes@pbsenv.. WILDLIFE TECHNICIAN (Seabird Conservation).. The Department Environmental Permitting Compliance, located on the Island of Maui, Hawaii is seeking a Wildlife Technician.. First Wind is an independent North American wind energy company focused exclusively on the development, ownership and operation of wind energy projects since 2002.. First Wind is committed to the communities it works with to achieve the most efficient and economic wind generation projects in North America.. Job Purpose:.. Responsibilities will include assisting with and coordinating seabird conservation activities at a newly established mitigation site in West Maui, Hawaii.. This project supports the mitigation requirements for 2 operating wind energy generation facilities on the island of Maui.. Kaheawa Wind Power (KWP) is the first wind energy project in the United States to implement a Habitat Conservation Plan (HCP) under state and federal endangered species laws.. A second project planned adjacent to the existing project (KWP II) will be implementing similar provisions under a new HCP.. Key provisions of both HCPs include developing and implementing management actions that will promote the survival and reproductive success of Hawaiian Petrels (.. Pterodroma sandwichensis.. ) and Newell’s Shearwaters (.. Puffinus newelli.. ) and result in a net conservation benefit for both species.. The project entails the installation of two separate predator-free fenced enclosures, eradication and control of predators inside the protective enclosures, installation of artificial nesting burrow structures and social attraction, and frequent operational and  ...   banding and handling, and knowledge of regulatory provisions associated with threatened and endangered species is required.. Self-motivated, able to work independently and in a team setting, and willing to occasionally work extended hours in the field.. Ability to safely perform field survey work, operate hand and power tools, and exercise good judgment in remote locations.. Much of the work will be during the day, but frequent night work and other atypical hours will be required.. Communicate effectively with supervisors, project staff, contractors, collaborating scientists, and regulatory agency personnel.. Demonstrate and/or develop working knowledge of the conservation principles of HCPs, state and federal regulatory requirements pertaining to threatened and endangered species, and relevant conservation strategies that are likely to promote project success.. Personal Attributes Essential for Success at First Wind.. Integrity and accountability.. Communicate with honesty and respectful candor.. Make and honor well thought out commitments.. A collaborative style and a can-do attitude.. Passionate and enthusiastic about alternative energy and wildlife conservation.. For additional Information, please contact.. :.. Gregory Spencer.. First Wind, Environmental Affairs.. PH: (808) 298-5097.. EMAIL:.. gspencer@firstwind.. VOLUNTEER SEABIRD RESEARCH POSITIONS IN ALASKA.. Watch, handle, and interact with seabirds like you would at no other field camp in the world.. Spend your summer assisting with a long term study of seabird population ecology on Middleton Island, Alaska.. Located in the Gulf of Alaska, Middleton Island supports colonies of Pelagic Cormorants, Glaucous-winged gulls, Black-legged Kittiwakes, Common Murres, Rhinoceros Auklets, and Tufted Puffins.. Work as part of an international crew monitoring the breeding biology of these species at this remote site.. Positions begin in early May and continue through mid August.. Expect to spend your time monitoring breeding parameters of colonial nesting birds on both an abandoned radar tower colony and on natural breeding habitat.. Tower monitoring includes feeding, nest site attendance, weighing and measuring birds, and banding.. Activities on natural breeding habitats include cliff productivity monitoring, burrow monitoring, walking plots, weighing and measuring chicks, banding, counts, and more.. Expect to work long hours in inclement weather.. Receive paid roundtrip airfare to Anchorage, Alaska (and to Middleton Island) from anywhere in the United States, food and lodging while volunteering for the project, $5/day per diem, and approximately one day off per week.. Living arrangements are semi-primitive.. First Aid/CPR certification required.. Interested parties should send CV and at least two references to Scott Hatch.. (shatch@usgs.. , USGS-Alaska Science Center, 1011 E.. Tudor Rd.. , Anchorage, AK 99503.. Email applications encouraged.. Positions will be filled as qualified applicants are identified.. Additional bird-related positions and opportunities can be found at.. http://www.. osnabirds.. org/on/ornjobs.. htm..

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  • Title: Pacific Seabird Group (PSG) Website: COMMITTEES
    Descriptive info: ON THIS PAGE:.. Communications Committee.. Marbled Murrelet Technical Committee.. Conservation Committee.. Xantus's Murrelet Technical Committee.. Kittlitz's Murrelet Technical Committee.. Seabird Monitoring Committee.. Corresponding Members Committee.. ACAP.. Pink-footed Shearwater.. Puffinus creatopus.. Photo Credit: Ron LeValley.. PSG Committees.. Committees work to further the goals of the Pacific Seabird Group.. Non-members can contact committee coordinators to obtain further information.. Download a complete list of all PSG Committees and respective Coordinators along with their contact information.. The Communications Committee oversees publication of Pacific Seabird Group's Technical Papers and Symposia, assists with production of ".. Pacific Seabirds.. " if necessary, and provides information to the editors of ".. " as needed.. The Communications Committee includes the website coordinator, list-serve coordinator, Marine Ornithology managing editor, the Editor of Pacific Seabirds and other members appointed by the Chair.. Contact.. for further information.. The Marbled Murrelet Technical Committee (MMTC) was created in 1986 for the purpose of assembling researchers and other interested parties to integrate research objectives and methods, and share information on the biology of murrelets.. The Marbled Murrelet is listed as threatened in British Columbia (Canada), Washington, Oregon and California (USA).. This committee has been very active in sponsoring symposia, writing research protocols, holding workshops, and commenting on federal and state management actions related to forests and oceans.. The most notable contributions of this committee include cooperation with government agencies in creating protocols for surveying Marbled Murrelets in forests and emphasizing the necessity of research on this species.. In addition, two symposia have been published on murrelets.. The committee is comprised of a Coordinator and numerous sub-committees, including inland research, at-sea research, education, rehabilitation of injured birds, and research priorities.. For more information on the activities of the MMTC contact Kim Nelson (Kim.. Nelson[at]oregonstate.. edu) or Dave Huber (dhuber[at]q.. com).. Download area specific survey forms for:.. Alaska.. British Columbia.. California.. Oregon.. Washington.. This committee takes an active role in promoting conservation of seabirds.. Current activities include following issues and legislation relating to seabird conservation, oil spill litigation, by-catch of albatrosses and other seabirds in fisheries and keeping all PSG members appraised of developments.. The Conservation Committee often provides support for seabird conservation measures and criticism of activities that will likely harm seabirds or the marine environment.. Many seabird colonies and populations have been lost or severely depleted owing to such factors as mortality from oil spills, introduction of mammalian predators and fishery conflicts.. PSG provides expertise in re-establishing these populations.. Often this takes the form of reviewing restoration plans drafted by agencies charged with follow-up for various court-ordered actions following oil spills, etc.. Currently, the committee is involved with the issue Caspian Tern predation of salmon smolts from the Columbia River; the problem can be solved, in part, if former Caspian Tern breeding colonies in the  ...   the U.. Fish and Wildlife Service.. On February 5, 2004, the California Fish and Game Commission voted to list the species as threatened in California (.. dfg.. gov/news/news04/04017.. html.. The Committee continues to assess the status of and threats to the species, and to coordinate research and conservation efforts in the US and Mexico.. For further information contact.. Shaye Wolfe.. The Kittlitz's Murrelet Technical Committee (KMTC) was formed in 2008 to begin addressing concerns related to the status and conservation of this rare seabird.. The Kittlitz s Murrelet is currently listed as a candidate under the Endangered Species Act.. The purpose of the KMTC is to (1) act as a technical authority on the status, distribution, and life history of the Kittlitz's murrelet; (2) identify, encourage, and facilitate research; (3) address conservation problems related to the Kittlitz's murrelet; and (4) act as a liaison between research and management.. The KMTC currently comprises roughly 40 members that meet annually in conjunction with the PSG annual meeting and occasionally at other opportunistic venues.. We have an active listserve to help facilitate communication among members.. For more information, please contact.. John Piatt.. 2009 Kittlitz's Murrelet Meeting Notes.. Seabird monitoring is the accumulation of time series data on any aspect of seabird distribution, abundance, demography, or behavior.. The Seabird Monitoring Committee was formed in 1992 to promote: (a) a better coordinated program for monitoring Pacific seabirds, (b) greater standardization of field methods, (c) timely availability of results, and (d) effective use of seabirds as indicators of local and large-scale change in the Pacific marine environment.. The committee has active participation of seabird investigators from all 5 Pacific states, as well as Canada, Mexico, Russia, and Japan.. Currently, its major project is the development of a comprehensive database for seabird monitoring results from throughout the North Pacific.. Though not yet available for general release, the Pacific Seabird Monitoring Database includes more than 11,000 observations, each representing an annual measure of some population parameter (e.. , numbers, productivity, survival, breeding chronology, or other) for a given species, location, and year.. Those observations comprise about 1,800 time series spanning 1 to 37 years since studies were initiated.. Some quantity of information is available on 54 species breeding in 190 locations.. A draft version of the database is now undergoing review and error-checking by cooperators; wider distribution via the Internet is anticipated within 1-2 years.. Scott Hatch.. The Agreement on the Conservation of Albatrosses and Petrels (ACAP).. ACAP is a multilateral agreement which seeks to conserve albatrosses and petrels by coordinating international activity to mitigate known threats to albatross and petrel populations.. Other Committees.. including:.. Awards Committee.. Chinese Crested Tern Committee.. Harrison Conservation Fund Committee.. Election Committee.. Endowment Fund Trustees Committee.. Download a complete list of Other Committees..

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  • Title: Pacific Seabird Group (PSG) Website: EXCO FUNCTIONS
    Descriptive info: EXCO Functions.. On This Page.. Executive Council.. Past Chairs of PSG.. Red-tailed Tropicbird.. Phaethon rubricauda.. Photo Credit: Shiway Wang.. Executive Council Functions.. Executive Council Meeting Minutes available online.. 2013 Executive Council.. Chair.. Doug Forsell.. email: DJForsell.. [at].. aol.. Chair-Elect.. Joanna Smith, PhD, Birdsmith Ecological Research, PO Box 535, Smithers BC V0J 2N0 email: josmith[at].. birdsmith.. Past Chair.. Kim Rivera,.. NOAA Fisheries, National Seabird Program, Alaska Region, Protected Resources Division, P.. Box 21668, Juneau, AK 99802, USA.. Telephone: 907-586-7424, email:.. kim.. rivera[at]noaa.. Vice-Chair for Conservation.. Stan Senner, Ocean Conservancy, 4189 SE Division Street.. Portland, OR 97202, USA.. Telephone: 503-236-8694, email: ssenner.. [at]oceanconservancy.. Treasurer.. Lindsay Young, PhD, Wildlife Biologist, Pacific Rim Conservation, 3038 Oahu Ave, Honolulu, HI, 96822, USA.. email: lindsay.. pacificrimconservation.. Secretary.. Patricia Baird, PhD, Centre for Wildlife Ecology - Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, BC, V5A 1S6.. Canada.. Telephone: Cell 604-928-5510, other: 604 801 5520; fax.. 604-689-1051; email: pab7.. [at]sfu.. Regional Representatives.. Alaska and Russia.. Adrian Gall, ABR, Inc.. , P.. Box 80410, Fairbanks, AK, 99708, USA.. Telephone: (907) 455-6777 x125, fax: (907) 455-6781, email: agall[at]abrinc.. Washington and Oregon.. Peter Hodum,.. Oikonos Ecosystem Knowledge/University of Puget Sound, Biology Department, University of Puget Sound, 1500 N.. Warner St.. , Tacoma, WA 98.. 416, USA.. Telephone:.. 253.. 879.. 2789, email:.. peter[at]oikonos.. Northern California.. Hannahrose Nevins, Oikonos Ecosystem Knowledge/Marine Wildlife Veterinary Care Research Center, 1451 Shaffer Road, Santa Cruz, CA 95060, USA.. Telephone: (831) 212-7218, email: hnevins[at]mlml.. calstate.. Southern California, Latin America, and  ...   Scientist, Royal Society for the Protection of Birds, The Lodge, Sandy, Bedfordshire SG 192DL, United Kingdom.. Telephone: +44-1767-693452, email: Steffen.. Oppel[at]gmail.. com.. Student Representative.. Sarah Thomsen, Department of Biological Sciences, Simon Fraser University, 8888 University Dr.. , Burnaby BC, Canada, V5A 1S6.. Telephone: 778-782-3981, email: sarahkthomsen[at]gmail.. Ex officio.. (non-voting).. Editor,.. Vivian Mendenhall, 4600 Rabbit Creek Road, Anchorage, AK, USA, 99516, USA.. fasgadair[at]gmail.. Communications Coordinator, Listserve Coordinator.. Verena Gill, U.. Fish and Wildlife Service, Marine Mammals Management, 1011 East Tudor Road, MS 341, Anchorage, AK, 99503, USA.. Telephone: 907-786-3584; email: verena.. gill[at]gmail.. Website Coordinator.. Lisa Ballance, NOAA Fisheries, Marine Mammal and Turtle Division, Southwest Fisheries Science Center, 8901 La Jolla Shores Drive, La Jolla, CA, 92037, USA.. Telephone: 858-546-7173; email: lisa.. ballance[at]noaa.. Past Chairs of the Pacific Seabird Group.. 1974-1975.. J.. Michael Scott.. 1976.. George J.. Divoky.. 1977.. David Manuwal.. 1978.. Daniel W.. Anderson.. 1979-1980.. Ralph Schreiber.. (deceased).. 1981.. Kees Vermeer.. 1982.. Harry Ohlendorf.. 1983.. Craig Harrison.. 1984.. Judith Hand.. 1985.. 1986.. Lora L.. Leschner.. 1987.. Kenneth Briggs.. 1988.. 1989.. D.. Michael Fry.. 1990.. Doug Siegel-Causey.. 1991.. Malcolm C.. Coulter.. 1992.. Palmer Sekora.. 1993.. 1994.. 1995.. Mark J.. Rauzon.. 1996.. William Everett.. 1997.. Kim Nelson.. 1998.. Alan Burger.. 1999.. Edward C.. Murphy.. 2000.. Julia Parrish.. 2001.. William J.. Sydeman.. 2002.. Lisa Ballance.. 2003.. David Irons.. 2004.. Daniel Roby.. 2005.. Robert Day.. 2006.. Katie O'Reilly.. 2007.. 2008.. Douglas F.. Bertram.. 2009.. Greg Balogh.. 2010.. Thomas Good.. 2011.. Patrick Jodice.. 2012.. Kim Rivera..

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  • Title: Pacific Seabird Group (PSG) Website: PUBLICATIONS
    Descriptive info: ON THIS PAGE.. PSG Handbook.. PSG Photo Gallery.. Symposia.. Technical Publications.. Annual Meeting Abstracts.. Short-tailed Albatross (juvenile).. Phoebastria albatru.. is the official publication of the Pacific Seabird Group (PSG).. Published in the spring and fall, content includes news of interest to PSG members, reports of regional seabird research, technical articles and reviews, a forum for the expression of views, conservation news, abstracts of papers presented at the meetings, book reviews, and artwork inspired by seabirds, and other marine-related topics.. is the continuation of the.. Pacific Seabird Group Bulletin.. Most back issues are available for hard-copy purchase.. All back-issues are available online.. Articles are the property of the Pacific Seabird Group.. © Pacific Seabird Group 19-- - 2005.. Download Page.. Information and Policies for Contributors to Pacific Seabirds are available.. online.. The Pacific Seabird Group's Handbook is a guide to their operations for Officers, Regional Representatives, Committee Coordinators, and Annual Meeting Organizers.. The handbook is to help familiarize them with their responsibilities and those of their colleagues with regard to PSG operations and procedures.. Pacific Seabird Group Handbook.. Photo Gallery.. PSG is pleased to announce that the photo gallery has been restored after receiving a minor facelift.. Enjoy the photos and feel free to contact us with your comments (and additional photos).. Pacific Seabird Group Photo Gallery.. Also review.. Guidelines for Submitting Funding Requests.. if you're interested in funding assistance for the publication of PSG-sponsored symposia.. Published Proceedings of Symposia of the Pacific Seabird Group.. At irregular intervals the Pacific Seabird Group holds symposia at its annual meetings.. The published symposia are listed below.. Available symposia may be purchased using the.. Membership Form.. Prices include postage (surface mail) and handling.. Shorebirds in Marine Environments.. Frank A.. Pitelka (Editor).. Proceedings of an International Symposium of the Pacific Seabird Group, Asilomar, California, January 1977.. Published June 1979 in Studies in Avian Biology, Number 2.. Available for free at:.. http://elibrary.. unm.. edu/sora/Condor/cooper/sab.. php.. Tropical Seabird Biology.. Ralph W.. Schreiber (Editor).. Proceedings of an International Symposium of the Pacific Seabird Group, Honolulu, Hawaii, December 1982.. Published February 1984 in Studies in Avian Biology, Number 8.. Marine Birds: Their Feeding Ecology and Commercial Fisheries Relationships.. David N.. Nettleship, Gerald A.. Sanger, and Paul F.. Springer (Editors).. Proceedings of an International Symposium of the Pacific Seabird Group, Seattle, Washington, January 1982.. Published 1984 as Canadian Wildlife Service, Special Publication.. Out of print.. Ecology and Behavior of Gulls.. Judith L.. Hand, William E.. Southern, and Kees Vermeer (Editors).. Proceedings of an International Symposium of the Colonial Waterbird Society  ...   1.. Behaviour and Ecology of Sea Ducks.. R.. Ian Goudie, Margaret R.. Petersen, and Gregory J.. Robertson (Editors).. Proceedings of the Pacific Seabird Group Symposium, Victoria, British Columbia, 8-12 November 1995.. A special publication compiled by the Canadian Wildlife Service for the Pacific Seabird Group.. Published 1999 as Canadian Wildlife Service, Occasional Paper Number 100.. Catalog Number CW69-1/100E.. Write: Publications, Canadian Wildlife Service, Environment Canada, Ottawa, Canada K1A 0H3.. Seabird Bycatch: Trends, Roadblocks and Solutions.. Edward F.. Melvin and Julia K.. Parrish (Editors).. Proceedings of an International Symposium of the Pacific Seabird Group, Semiahmoo Washington, February 1999.. University of Alaska Sea Grant, Fairbanks, Alaska.. Seabirds as Indicators of Marine Ecosystems.. Sydeman, John F.. Piatt, and Howard I.. Browman (Editors).. Proceedings of an International Symposium of the Pacific Seabird Group, Girdwood, Alaska, February 2006.. Published December 2007 in Marine Ecology Progress Series Vol.. 352: 199-309.. Available for free at:.. int-res.. com/articles/theme/m352_TS.. pdf.. Several PSG Symposia published in Studies in Avian Biology are available as pdf files at.. Symposia and other SAB titles of interest to marine bird folks include:.. Status and Distribution of Alaska Birds.. The Avifauna of the South Farallon Islands, California.. Bird Communities at Sea off California: 1975 to 1983.. Avian Foraging: Theory, Methodology, and Applications.. Documents published periodically by PSG.. Pacific Seabird Group Technical Publication Number 2.. ".. Methods for surveying Marbled Murrelets in forests: a revised protocol for land management and research.. Marbled Murrelet Technical Committee.. Pacific Seabird Group Technical Publication Number 1.. Exxon Valdez Oil Spill Seabird Restoration Workshop.. Exxon Valdez Oil Spill, Restoration Project Final Report, Restoration Project 95038; September 1997.. Edited by:.. Kenneth I.. Warheit.. , Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, Habitat Management, 600 Capitol Way N.. , Olympia, WA 98501-1091.. warhekiw@dfw.. wa.. , P.. Box 19230, Washington, DC 20036.. charrison@hunton.. , Institute of Arctic Biology, University of Alaska, Fairbanks, AK 99775.. fngjd@uaf.. Copies of this report can be ordered using the.. Abstracts available in pdf format:.. 2010: Long Beach, CA.. 2009: Hakadote, Japan.. 2008: Blaine, Washington.. 2007: Pacific Grove, CA.. 2006: Girdwood, Alaska.. 2005: Portland, Oregon.. 2004: La Paz, Baja California Sur, Mexico.. 2000: Napa, California.. 1999: Semiahmoo, Washington.. 1998: Monterey, California.. 1997: Portland, Oregon.. Abstracts prior to 1997 can be found in the Spring edition of the PSG Bulletin (now.. A free online peer-reviewed journal of avian marine biology and ecology.. is a scientific journal published through a partnership of the African Seabird Group, Pacific Seabird Group, Australasian Seabird Group, and the Seabird group (UK).. is available in print and online at..

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  • Title: Pacific Seabird Group (PSG) Website: GRANT PROGRAM
    Descriptive info: Grant Program.. Click, Pick Give!.. Grant Recipient Update.. Program Background.. Objectives.. General Instructions.. Grant Award Recipients.. Reporting Requirements.. Application Form.. Support the Craig S.. Harrison Conservation Fund with purchases from Amazon.. GUIDELINES FOR PSG'S.. CRAIG S.. HARRISON CONSERVATION FUND GRANTS.. is a former Chair of PSG and has been the Vice-Chair for Conservation for PSG from 1992 to present.. He also is an expert on tropical seabirds, one of the founders of the American Bird Conservancy, and a lawyer who specializes in environmental law.. Because of his longstanding contributions to seabird conservation, especially those on behalf of PSG, we are honored to be able to name the former Conservation Small-grants Program after him.. Donations to the Craig S.. Harrison Conservation Fund can be made at the.. PSG Membership Page.. BACKGROUND.. There has been concern by members of Executive Council (EXCO) of the Pacific Seabird Group and PSG’s Conservation Committee that some worthy seabird-conservation projects could be accomplished at minimal cost in some locations of the Pacific but are not being pursued because there is no vehicle for funding such projects.. The need for support for seabird-conservation efforts is most acute in developing nations.. To address this concern, the EXCO has established the Craig S.. Harrison Conservation Fund (hereafter, Conservation Fund).. For a downloadable flyer about the program, click.. GRANT RECIPIENT UPDATE.. Cristián G.. Suazo, Universidad Austral de Chile, Institute of Ecology and Evolution, is carrying out integrated studies on Brack-browed and Grey-headed Albatrosses at the Diego Ramírez Islands (southern Chile).. Cristián has focused his work on gaining a better understanding of the contributing factors related to the condition of individual birds.. Click.. for a one-page summary (including photos) of his work.. OBJECTIVE.. The objective of the Conservation Fund is to advance the conservation of seabirds by providing funds or supplies to individuals from developing countries as well as those from elsewhere working in those developing countries primarily in or bordering the Pacific Ocean, (1).. for conservation and restoration activities that benefit seabirds in the Pacific Ocean;.. and.. (2).. to help develop within-country seabird expertise in developing countries within or bordering the Pacific Ocean.. GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS.. (1) Send an email to.. and.. , briefly explaining what you want to propose and where you want to do the work.. That way, you can get a rapid determination from them of whether your proposal is eligible for consideration for funding.. (2) If they determine that your study is eligible, then fill out and send the application form, the proposal/budget, and the letter of reference, as described below, to Verena Gill and Craig Harrison.. If you have questions about the Application Form, please see the Example Form that has been filled out.. Please note that applications/proposals may be submitted at any time—there is no fixed deadline for submission.. All applications/proposals will be evaluated whenever they are submitted.. DISBURSAL OF FUNDS TO APPLICANTS.. Eligibility:.. Criteria for eligibility will largely be geographic, in that the funding preferentially will go to citizens of developing countries within or bordering the Pacific Ocean.. Preference will be given to citizens of any country within or bordering the Pacific Ocean except the USA, Canada, Japan, Australia, New Zealand, Mexico, South Korea, and Taiwan, unless no local citizens are able to do the work at the time of application.. In addition, the work should be conducted within developing countries within or bordering the Pacific Ocean or should benefit Pacific seabirds.. Consideration may be given to applicants from one of the ineligible countries, providing: (1) the seabird work will occur within one of the eligible  ...   of support from a non-involved party (all of these components should be submitted via email messages).. We emphasize that the proposal/budget should be brief and believe that 2 pages (including the budget) will suffice.. If funds are provided to the applicant, a signed application and proposal in hard-copy must be received by the Conservation Fund (this can be sent as an attached PDF file).. Background information on the Conservation Fund, application forms and instructions will be available through the PSG website.. We encourage PSG members to draw this program to the attention of potential worthy recipients.. Disbursement of funds:.. The size of grants usually will be between US $250 and US $2,000.. Funds/materials will be provided to award recipients as soon as possible after a decision of acceptance by the Conservation Fund Committee.. Grants above US $2,000 will require direct approval by EXCO, delaying a decision.. The amount disbursed will be determined by the number of proposals, the quality of each proposal, and the contribution of the proposed work to seabird conservation in the Pacific.. Any funds not spent or material donations not used will be returned to PSG for later disbursement to other projects.. Activities that are and are not permitted:.. Examples of activities that may be funded include: (1) the cost of supplies, transportation, or other field-work expenses for removal of invasive species from a nesting colony; (2) the provision and distribution of materials to train local residents how to reduce the impacts of human activities on seabirds or their colonies/habitats; (3) the provision and distribution of educational materials or equipment for teaching fishermen how to reduce seabird bycatch; and (4) costs for colony surveys of presently-unsurveyed areas to evaluate the status and conservation needs of seabirds.. Examples of activities that will not be funded include: (1) travel to the PSG or other society meetings; (2) regular monitoring or censusing of colonies; (3) research that includes the purchase of satellite- or radio-telemetry tags; or (4) the study of breeding biology.. Essentially, funds must be spent and donated materials must be used to accomplish directly the proposed conservation activities.. Unspent funds will be returned to the Conservation Fund for later disbursement to other projects.. AWARD RECIPIENTS.. A list of the recipients of the Craig S.. Harrison Conservation Fund Grants and their projects can be found at.. pacificseabirdgroup.. org/index.. php?f=GrantRecipients t=Grant%20Recipents s=1.. When the projects are completed, the reports are posted and can be viewed by clicking on the title of the study.. REPORTING REQUIREMENTS.. No later than 2 months following the completion of the funded field work, award recipients must provide to the Conservation Fund Committee a short report (in English) detailing: (1) their proposed objectives; (2) their proposed activities/actions; (3) their actual activities/actions; (4) their subjective/objective evaluation of the effectiveness of their actions in conserving seabirds, including detailed quantitative information, when possible (e.. , discovered and censused XX seabird colonies, with numbers of each bird species and locations of seabird colonies provided in the report); (5) a comparison of proposed and actual expenditures of money/use of donated materials; and (6) suggestions for further work or improvements to the completed project design.. All proposal applications and reports should be sent to.. Chair, Craig S.. Harrison Conservation Fund Committee, and.. Harrison Conservation, and.. , Vice-Chair for Conservation.. NOTE: These guidelines are available in.. PDF file format.. APPLICATION FORM.. (in word format).. PSG Conservation Small-Grant Program Application Form.. Example of Completed Application Form.. For more information about other funding sources for projects in developing countries, please see.. terravivagrants.. org/Home/view-grant-makers.. Latest Revision:.. 05.. /03/2012..

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