IX International Conference on Raptor Study and Conservation
Birds of Prey and Owls of Northern Eurasia: Study and Conservation
Rules for abstract formatting
Papers should be prepared on A5 size pages (font 10; Times New Roman; spacing 1.0; all margins 2 cm).
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Sample article layout:
The Eagle Owl in Stavropol Krai
The Eagle Owl in the Stavropol Region
V. N. Fedosov
Stavropol Region, Apanasenkovo District Non-Governmental Organisation for Nature Conservation, Stavropol Region
An example of the description and layout of literary sources:
Böhme R.L., 1975. Birds of the Southern Palearctic Mountains.
Stepanyan L.S., 1966. Elements of a History of Dendrophilous Avifauna of Palearctic // Zoological Journal, vol.45, No.4, pp.591-598.
Tilba P.A., 1986. Birds of the central part of West Caucasus (composition of fauna, population, problems of protection). - Abstract of Philosophy - Candidate of Biological Sciences. Candidate of Biological Sciences.
Khokhlov A.N., 1995. The modern state of the Falconiformes fauna of the Stavropol Region and Karachaevo-Cherkessia // Birds of prey and owls of the North Caucasus.
The aim of the conference is to consider a wide range of issues related to the study and conservation of birds of prey, including the ecology, distribution, ethology, systematics, morphology and evolution of birds of prey and owls of Northern Eurasia, as well as problems of their conservation, breeding and sustainable human use.
Dates: 01.09.2024 – 30.09.2024.
Place: Damchik village (Astrakhan region), Россия.
Organizers: Astrakhan State Nature Biosphere Reserve, Working Group on Birds of Prey of Northern Eurasia.