specialists from around the world.
Parrot Blogger: Mira Tweti | May 27, 2015
When I wrote my book, "Of Parrots and People: The Sometimes Funny, Always Fascinating, and Often Catastrophic Collision of Two Intelligent Species," back in 2008 I covered the heinous practice of smugglers shoving parrots into bottles - everything from deodorant canisters (the obvious giveaway were...Continue Reading
Parrot Blogger: Rowan Martin | May 18, 2015
This week Dr Tiwonge Gawa sets off on a two month expedition as part of a World Parrot Trust project aimed at understanding the conservation needs of Lilian’s lovebirds. Dr. Gawa, who recently won an award as a leading International Young Conservationist is heading up a team of researchers to...Continue Reading
Parrot Blogger: Sam Williams, PhD | Mar 28, 2015
This time last week I was driving in the snow. Oddly enough I wasn’t in the Caribbean. I was in Connecticut on my way to the Featherfest, an annual event of the CT Parrot Society.
Before driving in the snow I’d had a crazy parroty week. From the airport I’d jumped in a rental car and drove over to...Continue Reading
Parrot Blogger: Sam Williams, PhD | Jan 22, 2015
Working in conservation has allowed me to climb trees and watch wild parrots in Mauritius, Brazil and Bonaire among others. During the 20 years since I first went to Mauritius, oh heck was that really 20 years! I have had so many great experiences with my work. But at the end of last year I found...Continue Reading