2020 Seabird translocation workshop scoping survey
In May 2020, Pacific Rim Conservation will be hosting a free 2-3 day workshop on seabird translocation and social attraction in Kahuku, Hawaii (USA) with an emphasis on the nuts and bolts of field based translocation techniques. Participants will learn relevant background needed during the classroom component (1 day), and then get basic training in avian husbandry, diet preparation and hand feeding techniques during the field based component (1-2 days). The goal of this workshop is to increase capacity for organizations to conduct seabird translocations in new locations and species worldwide. The purpose of this survey is to determine the level of interest in this workshop so that we can plan accordingly for classroom space and topics to be covered. For more information on the project site we will be working on during this workshop, please visit
. Names and email addresses are being collected so that we can keep those interested updated as the agenda finalizes. Thank you for your interest!
What dates are your preference? (Workshop month has been selected so that the maximum number of species are present for participants to observe).
Week of May 12th, 2020
Week of May 19th, 2020
What species are you most interested in gaining experience with?
All of the above
What type of organization do you work for?
What format of workshop would you prefer?
2 days total (One day class room, one day in the field)
3 days total (One day class room, two days in the field)
3 days total (Two days in the class room, one day in the field)
What stage are you at in your seabird restoration planning?
Have conducted seabird translocations already
Are planning on conducting seabird translocations in the immediate future (1-3 years)
Are in the scoping phase of considering translocations for a project (2+ years away)
No immediate plans but are interested in learning more about the techniques
What would you like to get out of this workshop (optional)?
Send me a copy of my responses.
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