Wind Wildlife Research Meeting

Hatchet Ridge, Pattern Energy

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The biennial Wind Wildlife Research Meeting provides an internationally recognized forum for researchers and stakeholders to share and engage on the latest science focused on better understanding the risk of wind energy to wildlife and developing solutions to avoid, minimize, and offset impacts. The meeting also brings together thought leaders to discuss priority topics and themes in the wind-wildlife arena. Academics, researchers, conservation scientists, consultants, federal and state officials, NGO representatives, industry professionals come together every other year for this unique opportunity.

Format

The 14th WWRM will be a hybrid conference, with virtual On-Demand presentations, poster sessions and Live Sessions held in person.

  • On-Demand & Posters: REWI received nearly 70 abstracts through a Call for Abstracts released earlier this year. Those who submitted abstracts were able to choose if they wanted to present their research in an On-Demand presentation or panel, an in-person poster, or both. On-Demand presentations and panels will be available to registrants to view in early November with asynchronous Q&A, and posters will be available for viewing at the in-person meeting and presenters will be in attendance to answer questions.
  • Live Sessions: Live Sessions will be a mix of discussion-based panels and symposium-style research panels on topics of interest, relevant questions for the wind-wildlife community to address, and gaps needed to address questions and improve decision-making proposed by a Planning Committee. Live Sessions will be streamed and each panel will be followed by a live Q&A with the panelists.

 

Key Dates

  • June 13, 2022: Call for Abstracts due
  • August-September 2022: Submitters notified of abstract selection or rejection
  • September: Schedule-at-a-glance is released & Registration for 14th WWRM opens
  • October 21: Discounted Conference Hotel Rates Ends
  • November: On-Demand Presentations released
  • November 15-17: Live Sessions

Overnight Accommodations

The 14th Wind Wildlife Research Meeting will take place November 15-17, 2022 at The Intercontinental Hotel in Kansas City, MO. Overnight accommodations are available to meeting participants at a discounted group rate starting at $159/night. The government per diem rate is available to eligible government employees on official business for $125/night (valid ID required).

Please make your reservation by Friday, October 21, 2022, to secure the discounted rate. Rooms may fill up earlier so please book as early as possible.

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InterContinental Kansas City is located in the heart of Kansas City’s Country Club Plaza on Brush Creek and includes an onsite fitness center and complimentary Wi-Fi. The venue is within walking distance to the historic Loose Park and Rose Garden, nearly half a dozen museums, and all that Kansas City’s nightlife has to offer.

Cancelation Policy: Free cancelation 48 hours prior to check in; within 48 hours, a cancelation fee equivalent to the first night’s room and tax will be charged.

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Scholarship Application is Now Open!

REWI is proud to offer a scholarship for higher-ed students to virtually attend the WWRM 2022. The biennial Wind Wildlife Research Meeting provides an internationally recognized forum for researchers and stakeholders to share and engage on the latest science focused on better understanding the risk of wind energy to wildlife and developing solutions to avoid, minimize, and offset impacts. The scholarship program aims to support students from various backgrounds to learn about wind-wildlife science and interact with professionals in the field.

Find more information here. 

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Interested in Sponsoring the 14th Wind Wildlife Research Meeting? Contact wwrm@rewi.org for more details.

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Disclaimer: REWI strives for excellence when organizing the agenda for the Wind Wildlife Research Meeting, and each abstract submission is peer-reviewed. However, authors represent their own work, and inclusion in the meeting program and proceedings does not imply endorsement of the study or results by REWI or others affiliated with the meeting. Much of the information presented in presentations is preliminary and should not be quoted or cited without permission from the authors.