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The American Ornithologists' Union welcomes the 2016 class of Elective Members
33 individuals recognized for significant contributions to ornithology
Central Ornithology Publications Office
At the opening of the 134th stated meeting of the American Ornithologists' Union (AOU) in Washington, D.C., today, the society welcomed 33 new Elective Members, each selected by their peers for their significant contributions to ornithology and/or service to the AOU. In keeping with the AOU's geographic focus, Elective Members are residents or citizens of the Western Hemisphere and represent the global ornithology community.
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