Enter your details:Hide
Remember me
No username? Sign-up here
Click to Log in or Sign-up
IWSG Banner. Photos by Jan van der Kam and Simon Gillings

The Wader Study Group Bulletin

Share this page on Facebook
Latest issue
Click for contents

Author guidelines (web)
Author guidelines (pdf)
The Wader Study Group Bulletin publishes peer-reviewed papers on the results of wader (shorebird) research from all parts of the world. It provides a forum for wader related news, notices, advances in study techniques, expedition reports as well as comment and debate concerning shorebird research and conservation. The journal is keen to accept preliminary studies and descriptive work on all aspects of wader biology.

The Bulletin is published three times per year and is included in the annual IWSG subscription.

Manuscripts and news items are always wanted. Guidelines for authors are available (webpage or pdf)

Please direct all submissions and questions to The Editor. Ideally material should be sent by email but can be posted to the address below:

Dr Humphrey P. Sitters
Postal address: Higher Wyndcliffe, Barline, Beer, Seaton, Devon, EX12 3LP, UK Tel/fax: +44 (0)1297 21295

Editorial Board

Brad Andres, US Fish & Wildlife Service, Denver, USA
Robert Gill, US Geological Survey, Anchorage, USA
Simon Gillings, British Trust for Ornithology
Patricia González, Fundacion Inaflaquen, Argentina
Tómas Gunnarsson, University of Iceland, Iceland
Hermann Hötker, NABU Institut, Germany
Pedro Lourenço,University of Groningen, Netherlands
Clive Minton, Australasian Wader Study Group, Australia
Silke Nebel, University of Western Ontario, Canada
Theunis Piersma, University of Groningen and NIOZ, Netherlands
Magdalena Remisiewicz, University of Gdansk, Poland
Gregor Scheiffarth, Institut für Vogelforschung, Germnay
Stefan Thyen, Institut für Vogelforschung, Germnay
Pavel Tomkovich, Moscow University, Russia
Brett Sandercock, Kansas State University, USA
Les Underhill, University of Cape Town, South Africa
Yvonne Verkuil, University of Groningen, Netherlands
Nils Warnock, U. California, Davis, USA
IWSG ~ shorebird research and conservation

Contact Webmaster: