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NAOC-V welcomes participation by the following Exhibitors!

Exhibits will be on display in the Exhibit and Poster Hall for four full days of the meeting, Wednesday, 15 August - Saturday, 18 August.

Floorplan with Confirmed Exhibitors - updated 6.5.12

Exhibit Booth #1 - Available


Booth #2 - Russell Technologies Inc (RTI), a high-tech private company has commercialized its PC-Radar Technology by providing integrated navigation systems to the marine industry and by focusing on relationships with Original Equipment Manufacturers (“OEMs”) and surveillance applications.


Booth #3 - Lynx Edicions is a publishing house committed to providing high-quality ornithology and natural history books. Publishers of Handbook of the Birds of the World, Lynx is now working on new projects that will complement and expand this highly acclaimed work.


Booth #4 - AWE custom builds high quality radio transmitters for the wildlife research field.  All transmitters are built to the exact specifications of the field biologist.  AWE specializes in miniature transmitters for a variety of free-ranging wildlife.  With over 50 years of combined experience in the wildlife radio tracking field the engineers and biologists at AWE can design and build a transmitter for your specific need.


Booth #5 - The Vancouver Avian Research Centre focuses on wild bird research, conservation and education. We conduct monitoring, banding and research to identify causes of population change and inform habitat management. Our mission is to conduct long-term, comprehensive bird population monitoring to provide scientifically defensible strategies for avian and ecosystem conservation.


Booth #6 -The EchoTrack Radar-Acoustic FusionTM provides:
-  Height with location and timing of individual flight paths to 4 km and 1900 m altitude
- Species-specific flight behaviour relative to features in the environment including manmade obstacles like wind turbines and communication towers
- Species-specific mitigation strategies in situations of wildlife conservation


Booth #7 - Manufacturer of radio transmitters starting at 0.22g, we provide the smallest units for a wide variety of research applications.


Booth #8 - CSIRO PUBLISHING is a science and technology publisher with a global reputation for quality products and services. Our publishing programme covers a wide range of scientific disciplines, including agriculture, the plant and animal sciences, and environmental management. Our product range includes journals, books and magazines, with content in print and online.


Booth #9 - Partners in Flight was created in 1990 to provide science and conservation action for landbirds. Our mission is expressed in three related concepts: 1) Helping Species at Risk, 2) Keeping Common Birds Common, and 3) Voluntary Partnerships for Birds, Habitats and People. See and


Booth #10 - Rocky Mountain Bird Observatory conserves birds and habitat through science, education and stewardship in the Rocky Mountains, Great Plains and Mexico. RMBO produces sound science to inform conservation and land management; connects people with nature for the benefit of both; and helps landowners enhance their land for wildlife and agriculture.


Booth #11 - Klamath Bird Observatory advances bird and habitat conservation through science, education, and partnerships.  Our long-term monitoring and applied research projects provide scientific results that use birds as indicators to guide ecosystem conservation.  We deliver our results through broad partnerships and unique educational tools to inform natural resource management decision making.


Booth #12 - The Creston Valley Wildlife Management Area is a 17,000-acre internationally recognized wetland habitat located in southeastern British Columbia Canada.  Located on the Pacific Flyway, the marshes form a valuable link.  It is extremely biologically diverse with close to 400 species of wildlife recorded in the area.  Contact us at: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it


Booth #13 - The North American Banding Council is made up of members appointed by ornithological societies and organizations to represent those using bird banding as a tool in research, conservation, and management. The Council promotes sound and ethical bird-banding practices and techniques by developing education and training materials and certification programs ( 


Booth #14 - Partnered with Craighead Beringia South, a non-profit wildlife research organization in Wyoming, Hawk-Owl Systems is introducing a new line of innovative telemetry instruments including GPS, Argos satellite, and wireless field-downloadable technologies. Hawk-Owl Systems is also introducing automated nest monitoring systems for cavity-nesting birds, bats, and other wildlife. 


Booth #15 - American Bird Conservancy (ABC) is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit membership organization whose mission is to conserve native birds and their habitats throughout the Americas. ABC acts by safeguarding the rarest species, conserving and restoring habitats, and reducing threats, while building capacity in the bird conservation movement. 


Booth #16 - The Waterbird Society is an international organization of professionals and students engaged in research and conservation of waterbird species. The mission of the Waterbird Society is to foster the study, management, and conservation of the world’s aquatic birds. Primary activities are publishing a peer-reviewed journal, hosting scientific meetings, and facilitating outreach activities.


Booth #17 - BlueSky Helicopters has flown extensively with conservationists and biologists in support of ecology and species preservation.  We have experience throughout the Western United States flying in diverse landscapes from the desert floor to mountain cliffs.  Our passion for flying is equaled by our commitment to the environment in which we live.


Booth #18 - Rocky Point Bird Observatory is a registered charity and Canadian Migration Monitoring Network member operating since 1994. Based in Victoria, BC, projects include Migration Monitoring, Hummingbird Project of British Columbia (BC, AB), Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship, Nocturnal Owl Monitoring, Northern Saw-whet Nestbox Project (Boardman, OR) and community education.


Booth #19 - The Cornell Lab of Ornithology is a world leader in the study, appreciation, and conservation of birds. Our hallmarks are scientific excellence and technological innovation to advance the understanding of nature and to engage people in learning about birds. Visit us to learn about resources available through the Cornell Lab.


Booth #20 - The Society for Ornithology is an initiative designed to breathe new life into the field of ornithology in the America’s by expanding our basic knowledge  of avian biology and contributing to science-based solutions for the environmental problems that threaten the birds we love.


Booth #21 - Accipiter Avian Radar is an ideal tool for automatically monitoring and recording the movements of birds and bats.  Target data is stored indefinitely for subsequent activity analysis and future planning.  Accipiter® technology supports a number of environmental protection applications including nocturnal monitoring, environmental assessments, radar-activated deterrents and other ornithological studies.


Booth #22 - Kowa spotting scopes and binoculars have been recognized by nature enthusiasts as high quality sporting optics due to our innovative design and durable build.  Kowa’s critically acclaimed full fluorite crystal 88mm spotting scopes deliver industry leading pristine images with remarkable clarity.  Award winning Genesis ED binoculars complement the excellent line of spotting scopes.  Most recently, Kowa introduced the economically priced SV binoculars.  Look through a Genesis binocular or a TSN-880 spotting scope and experience Kowa's Crystal Clear Optics for yourself.


Booth #23 - Lotek Wireless / Biotrack / Sirtrack provides GPS, coded and traditional VHF and Geolocation telemetry devices for birds of all sizes and habitats.  Tags, transmitters and receivers.  Our devices have been used in over 100 countries and for over two decades.  Innovative solutions for a sustainable future.  Visit Mike at Booth # 23.


Wildlife Research Division,
Wildlife and Landscape Science Directorate,
Science and Technology Branch


Booth # 24 - Environment Canada’s Wildlife and Landscape Science Directorate and Canadian Wildlife Service work collaboratively on scientific studies, management and conservation of wildlife that fall under the responsibility of the federal government.  Key programs focus on research, monitoring and conservation of migratory birds, species at risk and the habitats on which they depend.


Booth #25 - Bird Studies Canada ( is Canada’s national body for bird science and conservation, and is a non-governmental charitable organization. Each year, more than 20,000 volunteers participate in our “Citizen Science” programs – from international initiatives like Project FeederWatch and the Christmas Bird Count, to regionally-based monitoring programs and breeding bird atlases.


Booth #26 - Journal Avian Conservation & Ecology


Booth #27 - University of California Press, one of the most distinguished university presses in the United States, enriches lives around the world by advancing scholarship in the humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences. UC Press is among the six largest university presses in the US, and the only one located in the West and associated with a public university.


Booth #28 - Cornell University Press publishes well-designed works of lasting merit and scientific rigor in natural history, conservation science, and ecology. Visit the Cornell booth to see our most recent titles and discuss potential book projects with Science Editor, Heidi Lovette.

Exhibit Booth #29 is Available


Booth #30 - Reconyx Professional Series Camera Traps have been the choice of wildlife researchers and biologists worldwide since 2002. Our cameras are designed to stand up to the toughest conditions, providing quality data year after year.   Made in USA.


Booth #31 - The avian art of Kim Middleton portrays birds in a different light.  Her biological work with birds gives Kim unique insights into birds, which she embodies in her art.  Kim’s passion for birds is apparent, and her artwork reveals the understanding she has achieved through her life-long work with birds.


Booth #32 - Leica has manufactured premium quality cameras and sport optics products for over 100 years. Produced in Germany, these rugged products are engineered for a lifetime of use with the highest quality & durability standards. Please drop by and experience our binoculars, spotting scopes, monoculars, digital cameras, and digiscoping accessories for yourself.


Booth #33 - Rite in the Rain is a patented, environmentally responsible, all-weather writing paper that sheds water and enables you to write anywhere, in any weather.
Using a pencil or all-weather pen, Rite in the Rain insures that your notes survive the rigors of the field, regardless of the conditions. Paper, Journals, Notebooks.


Booth #34 - The Society for the Preservation of Natural History Collections [SPNHC] is an international society whose mission is to improve the preservation, conservation and management of natural history collections to ensure their continuing value to society.

Exhibit Booth #35 is Available


Booth #36 - DeTect‘s MERLIN® Avian Radar System is the most capable, proven and widely-used bird radar system for continuous monitoring of birds, bats and wildlife, aviation safety, environmental management, and for long-term and operational monitoring and mitigation of risks, with over 100 systems worldwide.

For more information, please download a copy of the Sponsor, Exhibitor and Advertiser prospectus or feel free to contact Wendy Easton: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it - Please include the words "NAOC Exhibition" in the subject header of your email message.