NOC Symposium 2011 - Presentations Now Available
Presentations from the 2011 Neotropical Ornithological Congress Symposium are now available.
Kearney 2011 - Presentations Now Available
Presentations are now available from Kearney 2011, the joint meeting of the Association of Field Ornithologists, the Cooper Ornithological Society, and the Wilson Ornithological Society held March 9–13, 2011 in Kearney, Nebraska.
Summit 3 Presentations Now Available
Presentations from the 3rd Cerulean Warbler Summit & 2nd Golden-winged Warbler Summit held in Bogota and San Vicente de Chucuri, Colombia on October 21-25, 2008 are now available.
NOC Symposium 2007 - Presentations Now Available
Presentations from the 2007 Neotropical Ornithological Congress Symposium are now available.
Summit 2 Presentations Now Available
Presentations by members of el Grupo Cerúleo at the recent Cerulean Warbler Summit 2: Development and Implementation of Conservation Actions (Morgantown, West Virginia, USA in February, 2007) are now available.
2006 ESRI International User Conference Paper Now Available
An article resulting from the 2005 Cerulean Warbler conference in Ecuador, co-authored by members of el Grupo Cerúleo and presented at the 2006 ESRI International User Conference, is now available on-line at either of these two links...
Title Paper UC1656: Modeling the South American Range of the Cerulean Warbler
Modeling the South American Range of the Cerulean Warbler.
Cerulean Warbler Articles in Audubon Magazine
Cerulean Warbler Conservation Coffee
How can you help support the Cerulean Warbler conservation efforts just by drinking coffee? Learn more.
Presentations from the 2006 NAOC
Numerous presentations from Symposium SS15 of the 2006 North American Ornithological Conference are now available on-line. Learn more.
Investigations of Cerulean Warblers in the northern Andes 2005-2006
In 2005, the Cerulean Warbler Technical Group received funding from the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation to support conservation activities of the Group. Some of these funds were dedicated to supporting field surveys to locate and study populations of the birds in the northern Andes in the 2005-2006 nonbreeding season. The survey reports are now available on-line (see title links). Learn more.
Modeling the South American Range of the Cerulean Warbler
The program and proceedings from the November 2005 "Modeling the South American Range of the Cerulean Warbler" Conference held in Cumbayá, Ecuador are now available in PDF format:
WWF Article: Preserving the South American habitat of the Cerulean Warbler
During 17, 18 and 19 July, 2006, the Migratory Birds Program of the US Department of Agriculture Forest Service, WWF Colombia and the Alexander von Humboldt Institute, along with other environmental organizations like EcoCiencia of Equador and the University de la Molina of Peru), worked on designing a distribution model of the Cerulean Warbler (Dendroica cerulea) for South America. Read the article.