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Waders-l & SEABIRD Listservers

Listservers

As a service to the global research community, the Animal Demography Unit administers several lists of international interest. These listservers reflect some of the research interests represented within the ADU: seabirds, waders and reptiles. They are open to all interested subscribers.

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Seabird. The Seabird listserver is administered by John Cooper and René Navarro. Messages sent to this listserver are sent to over 800 world-wide ornithologists with an interest in seabirds. The listserver carries much of interest for marine conservationists as well. To keep spammers at bay this list is "closed", ie. it only accepts postings from subscribers.

To subscribe to the list, or change your existing subscription, please visit: seabird web page

Photograph: L.G. Underhill. Longtailed Skua

 
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Waders-L. The Waders Listserver is administered by Les Underhill and René Navarro. This listserver is for everyone with a particular interest in waders (i.e. shorebirds, Charadrii). To keep spammers at bay this list is "closed", ie. it only accepts postings from subscribers.

To subscribe to the list, or change your existing subscription, please visit: waders-l web page

Photograph: L.G. Underhill. Grey Plover in breeding plumage on the Siberian tundra. Waders-L can help track down the origins of colour-flagged birds.

 
 
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SARCA-L. The SARCA Listserver is administered by René Navarro. This listserver is for everyone with a particular interest in SARCA, The Southern African Reptile Conservation Assessment. This is a closed list, i.e. it only accepts postings from the list moderators. However, postings from subscribers will be considered and posted at the discresion of the list's moderators.

To subscribe to the list, or change your existing subscription, please visit: sarca-l web page

Photograph: R.A. Navarro. Marbled Leaf-toed Gecko, Afrogeko prophyrens, Gekkonidae.