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Parrot Conservation and the Red-browed Amazon Parrot

By Diane Burroughs Description: Commonly named the Red-browed, Red-topped or Red-crowned Amazon parrot, Amazona rhodocorytha is among the largest of Amazon parrots, adults reaching 35-40 cm in length and 450-650 g in weight. The obvious feature of the species is the red forehead and crown, which fades toward the nape to a reddish-purple tinged with […]

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Parrot Conservation and Earth Hour!

Click Here to join the movement What is Earth Hour?  On Earth Hour hundreds of millions of people around the world will come together to call for action on climate change by doing something quite simple—turning off their lights for one hour. The movement symbolizes that by working together, each of us can make a […]

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VOTE EARTH and Parrot Conservation

As if playing a poker hand, the State Council of China announced Thursday an aggressive carbon emissions reduction target to trump that announced by US President Barack Obama the day before. Howe does that affect parrot conservation?   In also confirming the attendance of Chinese Premier, Wen Jiaboa, at the UN Climate Conference, China announced […]

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Parrot Conservation and The Kakapo Parrot of NZ

Help save the Kakapo Parrot by making a Paypal donation to kakapovolunteers@doc.govt.nz NOW!

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Puerto Rican Amazon Parrot

The Puerto Rican Amazon Parrot: Conservation Must!

It’s no secret. All over the world, parrots are becoming endangered and extinct. The Puerto Rican Amazon is no exception. Wouldn’t it be a shame to loose this beautiful parrot that is endiginous to the U.S.? We are all interconnected. But, for me, parrots are about the most awesome creatures on earth. Learn about the Puerto Rican Amazon Parrot here.

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