This subject is indeed fascinating. Not just the subject, but the fact that the internet allows communication between the scientists directly involved with these programs and the members of the World Parrot Trust who are funding these endeavors, at least, in part. I am a parrot enthusiast, I have 18 parrots, mostly adopted. I adopted to help pre-owned parrots who otherwise would be in shelters still. What a life for a bird; to be thrust into a tiny cage to live out their existence when they should be in a forest somewhere living as God intended. But even living in that manner is disappearing nowadays. Hence, the World Parrot Trust, and other conservation groups.
Thank you, all you biologists, zoologists, etc., out there in the field for talking with us and letting us know what our funds are doing to help the parrots in the wild. It stimulates us further to want to help even more. It fascinates us and makes us feel good that mankind is trying to undo some of the harm he has already done.