Registrations & Submissions

Registrations and submissions are now open.
Please check instructions below.

Registration fees

The registration fee (standard and reduced) covers:

  • Conference materials
  • Abstract volume
  • Coffee breaks
  • Lunches
  • Mid-conference excursion
  • Cultural event
  • Social dinner
Standard Students
Early bird 280€ 220€
Late 360€ 310€
Low Income countries 160€
1 Day registration 100€


Low income countries

We have clustered the categories low income, lower middle income and upper middle income from the World Bank list of economies (June 2018).

The reduced registration fee is applied for participants coming from countries with relatively lower income, such as Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kosovo, Kyrgyz Republic, Macedonia FYR, Moldova, Montenegro, Romania, Russian Federation, Serbia, Tajikistan, Turkey, Turkmenistan, Ukraine and Turkmenistan.

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Registration period

Regular: 15 August 2018 – 31 December 2018
Late: 2 January 2019 – 28 February 2019

Submission period

Deadline for talks, speed talks & oral presentations:
25 October 2018

Deadline for posters:
31 January 2019

Instructions for registrations

  1. Sign up in (you will receive a confirmation email to finish your sign up)
  2. After login in go to
  3. On the right side of the page choose “Register”
  4. (Optional if you want to submit abstract) On the right side of the page choose “Submit Abstract”
  5. After registration choose “Confirm Registration”
  6. After you confirm your registration you will be given the amount payable according to the options you selected in the option “Confirm payment”.

Call for submissions

The scientific programme of the conference will consist of plenaries, oral contributions, posters and workshops. The main topics of the conference will be:


Atlases and studies of bird distributions


Biodiversity indicators


Surveys and monitoring of breeding birds


Waterbird monitoring


New methods and technologies


Changes in wintering areas: long-distance migrants and migratory connectivity


Causes of change in bird populations and societal responses


Climate change impacts


Renewable energies and their effects on birds


Effects of conservation actions and policies

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