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Seabird conservation evidence

Ben Lascelles, June 27, 2013

FYI, updated to included links to some seabird specific parts of the project on facebook and twitter.

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

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 (the survey can also be taken in Spanish by using the top-right button).

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 We are raising awareness on the evidence available for seabird seabird conservation in social networks.

Please follow us on facebook or twitter to learn more.

Thank you in advance for your contribution!

Best wishes,

Alfredo Romero