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Prairie Grouse Symposium
33rd Prairie Grouse Technical Council Biennial Meeting: 2019, Hosted by : Sutton Avian Research Center in Bartlesville, Oklahoma
November 4-7, 2019
Quail 8 - Completed
Eighth National Quail Symposium, July 24-29, 2017, in Knoxville, Tennessee, USA
Perdix XIV - Completed
Perdix 14 Congress, August 22-25, 2017, Montpellier, France - In conjunction with the IUGB Conference
First Announcement - Completed
International Scientific Conference held under the sign of the 100th
anniversary of the reserve system in Russia and is dedicated to the study of
grouse, "Dynamics of the number, distribution, ecology", 26-29 September
2017, the Soviet, Yugra Khanty-Mansiysk District, Russia.
Capercaillies (Tetrao urogallus) are the biggest representatives of Galliformes inhabiting mainly boreal forests and mountain zones of temperate climate. They prefer poor coniferous forest sites of high moisture content and loose crown cover. They are related with coniferous species (pines in the lowland, spruces and firs in the mountains), the important element of groundcover is Vaccinium myrtillus (blueberry). Compact geographical range of the capercaillie covers the northern Europe and northern and western part of Asia. In Central and Western Europe the species has survived mainly in the mountains. For over 100 years, the number and reach of capercaillies has been decreasing both in Poland and in the other part of the reach. Crucial threats for the species are fragmentation and disturbance of habitats, predator pressure, low number and narrow gene pool of populations isolated by space, as well as anthropopression.
2017 Prairie Grouse Technical Council - Completed
2017 Prairie Grouse Technical Council, 17-20 October, Dickinson, North Dakota,USA
Please plan to attend the 32nd Prairie Grouse Technical Council meeting in Dickinson, ND. The dates are set, and registration is $185 per person. We will meet from October 17th – 20th, 2017 in Dickinson, ND. Dickinson is situated approximately 100 miles west of Bismarck. Registration is open! The cost is $185 per person through 9/17/2017. The North American Grouse Partnership has established a PayPal link for those who wish to pay by credit card; the link is
If you prefer to register and pay by mail, please send a check in the appropriate amount to: Clee Sealing Treasurer, North American Grouse Partnership, NAGP – PGTC Registration 1670 N ½ Rd. Fruita, CO 81521 Please make your own lodging arrangements Ramada Grand Dakota Hotel: 532 15th Street West Dickinson, ND # 701/483-5600 Make your reservation from the block of rooms held for the PGTC trough 9/17 2017 Room Rates- 10/17/17-10/20/17 Standard Rooms-60 $79.00* Suites Rooms- 10 $99.00* *Plus 9.5% or current tax – subject to change Field trips: Retired ND Game and Fish biologist Jerry Kobriger has volunteered to guide us on a tour of one of the longest surveyed grouse blocks in ND. Also, during the drive, everyone can see firsthand the drought conditions ND is experiencing. Rodney Gross Jr. Upland Game Management Biologist North Dakota Game and Fish Department email@example.com
14th International Grouse Symposium
14th International Grouse Symposium, 2018, Logan, Utah, USA
7th International Symposium on Galliformes
7th International Symposium on Galliformes to be held on 23rd -24th September in Dong Hoi, Quang Binh Province