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Conservation evidence for seabirds

Ben Lascelles, June 22, 2013

Dear Colleagues,

BirdLife International and the University of Cambridge are conducting a global survey to understand how to best promote evidence-based bird conservation. We are seeking widespread input from bird conservation practitioners from around the world.

This survey is being conducted online via the following link ​ and it is available in English and Spanish (you can change the Language in the upper-left button):​


We would greatly value your input, and / or please forward the link to the survey to other bird conservation practitioners in your organisation or outside who you think might like to take part.

Everyone completing the survey has a chance to win a hard copy of the recently published Bird Conservation Synopsis, courtesy of the authors (more information about this product can be found in the survey).

If you have any questions, please contact Alfredo Romero, University of Cambridge at

Thank you in advance for your contribution!

Best wishes, A​lfredo​

​--- ​Alfredo Romero MPhil in Conservation Leadership ¦ Department of Geography ¦ University of Cambridge Placement at BirdLife International ¦ and ¦ Conservation Science Group ¦ Department of Zoology ¦ University of Cambridge ✉ Darwin College ¦ Silver Street ¦ Cambridge CB3 9EU ¦ United Kingdom Email: