PBMS presents at the 27th International Ornithological Congress at Vancouver

Richard Shore recently co-chaired (with John Elliott from the Canadian Wildlife Service) a symposium session entitled “Avian Ecotoxicology in the Anthropocene: 50 Years Since Silent Spring” at the 27th International Ornithological Congress (IOC) held in late August in Vancouver. Richard gave a presentation in the session entitled “A global perspective of the risks to birds from anticoagulant rodenticides”. The IOC provided an excellent opportunity to network and make new contacts with others working on predatory birds and contaminants.

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