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Returning wild-caught Greys to the wild

World Parrot Trust - Staff

Once wild caught Greys are identified as such here in the US is there no way to return them to their home? What are the logistics involved? Is it possible?

Conservation: Trade in African Grey Parts

Jamie Gilardi, PhD

My Question: I spoke with a gentleman from Africa at the Loro Parque Convention in Sept.  I related to some bird people his story that African Grey body parts, not just the live birds themselves,...

Feral parrot flock in Miami

Jamie Gilardi, PhD

Miami Florida has a feral flock of over 20 Blue and gold Macaws that have been existing for over 30 years. Bill Pranty wrote an article published in the Florida Field Naturalist (Vol.38, No 2)...

Status of the Carnaby’s Black Cockatoo in South Western Australia

Jamie Gilardi, PhD

Hi, My latest information from WWF is that Carnaby’s Black Cockatoo in South Western Australia is in trouble with recent fires and extreme weather causing many deaths. This endangered parrot is in...

Parrots in Urban Areas

Jamie Gilardi, PhD

Do you think that it is a hopeful/useful developement that certain parrot species are living successfully in cities? Should conservation biologists support and aid these developements? If so would...

Parrot Corridors and Conservation

Jamie Gilardi, PhD

Jamie,  I have been studying the Parrot Action Plan, trying to find a way to help the WPT with the small amount that I have to donate.  I have a few questions for you:

2.) This question pertains...

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