Please join us for the 2023 annual and 100th Anniversary meeting of the Eastern Bird Banding Association (EBBA). This year we will gather in southeastern Pennsylvania at the Rushton Conservation Center of Willistown Conservation Trust located at 915 Delchester Road, Newtown Square, PA.
All are welcome; membership in EBBA is not required.
Registration is full and now closed. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Join us March 24-26, 2023 and enjoy:
- Practical workshops
- A full day’s worth of presentations
- Take in posters
- Catch up with old friends and network with banding professionals
- On-site exhibitors
- Avinet Research Supplies will be attending the 2023 EBBA meeting. Registrants are invited to place advance orders at www.avinet.com for pick-up at the meeting. Please place your order by Monday March 20, 2023. Upon ordering please add a note that says ‘PICK UP AT EBBA 2023’. It will appear that you are charged for shipping but we will remove your shipping charge when we process your order. Thank you and we look forward to seeing you this spring!
- Lotek will be attending the 2020 EBBA meeting. Lotek provides devices to study bird movement and behavior. GPS Tags (1.0g), Geolocators (0.3g), Traditional VHF Tags (0.2g), Digitally Coded Nanotags for Motus (0.13g). Stop by the booth and say hello!
- Cellular Tracking Technologies (CTT) is a global leader in wildlife telemetry and IoT solutions with headquarters in Cape May, NJ. CTT was founded in 2007 by a small team of scientists and engineers that today employs 42 staff who manufacture a full range of Cellular, Satellite, and Motus-compatible UHF radio tags for animals of all sizes. CTT’s tags are deployed on every continent and allow researchers to track their animals worldwide. We look forward to seeing you at the 2023 Centennial EBBA meeting. Be sure to stop by our table and check out our newest product, the FlickerCL, which uses cell tower infrastructure to allow for tracking smaller species, such as American Robin and Northern Saw-whet Owl.