We are asking for presentations and lectures on topics including the biology of Swifts, migration and geolocation technology, aerodynamics, radar studies, rehabilitation, conservation measures and promotion, including the presentation of specific projects, also including culture and education, artworks, and photography.
Presentations from previous conferences will be accepted, if they have been updated with new content.
Time to develop communications: 15-20 minutes.
Contributions based on personal experiences as well as scientific research are welcome, and there will be an opportunity to display artworks, posters and materials relating to project work.
Please, send us a brief first abstract (a maximum of 300 words) including the title, to the following address:
"Why Support Urban Biodiversity? Helping Swifts, helping Wildlife, helping Ourselves"
Edward Mayer is founder of the Swift Conservation association
"Global insect declines"
Dave Goulson is Professor of Biology at University of Sussex,
"Hand-rearing orphan Swifts: research, protocol, diet and experiences".
Enric Fusté, BSc MSc Wild Animal Biology MRSB. Collaborating wildlife rehabilitation center Aiguamolls de LÉmpordà y Torreferrussa.