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Parrot Bloggers
Personal online journals of parrot
specialists from around the world.

Sam Williams, PhD

The Lora Count

Parrot Blogger: Sam Williams, PhD | Jan 27, 2007

Wow! Well that was certainly a whirlwind trip to Bonaire. The count preparations went extremely well, as did the count itself. The result: the yellow-shouldered Amazon parrot population on Bonaire has around 650 individuals. That’s a good few more than I expected but of course it is good news. I...

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David Woolcock

Welcome to my blog

Parrot Blogger: David Woolcock | Jan 15, 2007

Welcome to my blog.  Those are four words that I never dreamed of stringing together in the same sentence, let alone publishing on the web!

So having got this far what will I be writing about?  As this is the WPT blogging community there will inevitably be something about parrots from time to time...

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Toa Kyle

New Year’s Day chicks

Parrot Blogger: Toa Kyle | Jan 12, 2007

More good news, another 3 chicks have fledged for the season, this time all from the 7 islas area.  I flew in on New Year’s Eve to relieve some of our field team of duties.  One guy had a bad ear infection that required immediate medical attention and some others were simply burnt out from being in...

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Sam Williams, PhD


Parrot Blogger: Sam Williams, PhD | Dec 17, 2006

Things in the office are going well. This month I had to give a presentation in the department and before that I wanted to get some statistics done. From the data I collected I can show how the parrots are associated with habitat structure and other species of birds that are present. I’ve also...

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