2nd April 2019
Reflections from our new President
Juliet Vickery shares her thoughts on the BOU as she takes up the Presidency
30th January 2019
The 5th World Seabird Twitter Conference
A look back at previous World Seabird Twitter Conferences and information on the forthcoming #WSCT5
7th November 2018
“The best congress I have attended”
1st November 2018
The BOU and the Early Career Researcher
10th October 2018
With so many inspiring sessions, it was hard to decide which to attend
3rd October 2018
Olivia Hicks tells us about her IOCongress2018
28th September 2018
Giving wings to the wingless
23rd April 2018
Is it all about publishing?
How to maximise your chances of an academic career
4th April 2018
#BOU2018: 21st Century Ornithology
The future of birds, novel technologies and combined solutions
4th August 2017
How social is #AOSSCO17?
Ornithologists are a social bunch, which is easy to see at #AOSSCO17 here in Michigan. But can we measure how social they are in promoting their research, particularly online? Steve Dudley BOU At #NAOC2016 last year, I attempted to measure the social media presence of those attending the largest ever ornithology meeting. The only […]
12th July 2017
The BOU – from the eyes of an Indian ornithologist
The BOU – a land of opportunity
7th June 2017
What makes a BOU conference?
Being a member of the BOU’s Meetings Committee is one of the most rewarding jobs in the BOU
5th April 2017
#BOU2017: International and inspiring
Why the BOU Annual Conference is always a good idea
13th December 2016
Conference tweeting: what is it good for?
Can we do better as presenters and hosts to maximise our conference outreach?
11th July 2016
Do what’s good for you; get yourself to the BOU Annual Conference
BOU conferences provide a fantastic opportunity for early-career researchers to absorb cutting-edge science and form connections with other ornithologists
2nd November 2015
Improving foraging conditions for Montagu’s Harriers
19th August 2015
Twitter #masterclass 8
27th July 2015
Developing early-career researchers
BOU – never looked so young!