Approximately every three years there is a conference on the analysis of recapture and recovery data. These meetings are often referred to as EURING Analytical Conferences and have become an important forum for the exchange of information on analytical techniques and their applications between statisticians and biologists. The scope of these meetings is international and they include studies of other taxa as well as birds.
The most recent meeting took place at the Museum of Natural Sciences, Barcelona, Spain between 2 and 7 July 2017. Advances in modelling demographic processes: The Euring 2017 Analytical Meeting, a special issue of Methods in Ecology and Evolution and Ecology and Evolution edited by Rob Robinson and Beth Gardner can be viewed here.