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CAFF CBIRD Cambridge

13-16 March 2018

Conservation of Arctic Flora and Fauna (CAFF) is a working group of the Arctic Council. All nations with polar territory and indiginous peoples groups discuss improvements for biodiversity and protection in this group. Several countries and organisations participate, including the Netherlands with Maarten Loonen as a representative. This week he is participating in the CBIRD group, compiling data on seabirds and eider ducks. This year, the annual meeting is in Camebridge.
Elise Biersma is a former student of me, who has done a PhD at the British Antarctic Survey and is now doing a post-doc too.
An excursion on the river Cam
On excursion to the WWT Trust reserve Welney.

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shovel breeding tern CAFF CBIRD Cambridge national polar institute