The 2021 Annual Professional Biology Conference and AGM
Conference Theme: Amphibians and Reptiles: Stressors, Threats, and Solutions
May 6-8, 2021 VIRTUAL CONFERENCE
The APB is pleased to host its 42nd Annual Professional Conference and
AGM as a joint conference with NW PARC (Northwest Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation). Join us for a unique opportunity to learn
from leaders in various applied biology fields, and build connections
across industry, government and conservation organizations.
Amphibians and reptiles face a wide array of threats and stressors in the fast-paced, resource-hungry, increasingly crowded 21st century. What are these threats and how do they play out across public, private, and urban lands in the Pacific Northwest of the U.S. and Canada, and beyond? How can we prevent, address , and mitigate these threats?
Who should attend:
Everyone welcome! The APB annual conference attracts biology professionals, natural
resource managers, researchers, industry representatives, First
Nations, not-for-profit organizations, naturalists and biology students
across western Canada. NW PARC is the
Northwest Regional Chapter of Partners in Amphibian and Reptile
Conservation (PARC). Our region includes Alaska, Washington, Oregon,
Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, and parts of North Dakota, South Dakota, and
California in the United States, as well as British Columbia, Alberta,
and the Yukon Territories in Canada.
Conference program and webpage updated April 4
Early registration discounts for APB members extended to April 30!
*Become a member prior to registering to receive the member's rate.
Call for Abstracts
The deadline for abstract submissions is Monday April 26 2021.
See Guidelines for Abstract Submission.
APB Annual General Meeting
- Thursday May 6th, 6:45 pm - 7:30 pm
- Thursday May 6: Evening Welcome Reception
- Friday May 7: Full Day Plenary Sessions
- Saturday May 8: Full Day Plenary Sessions
Download the complete 2021 APB Conference Program (includes registration fee details).