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Rowan Martin, PhD

Experts look forward to a brighter future for Cape parrots

Parrot Blogger: Rowan Martin, PhD | Oct 25, 2019

The World Parrot Trust joined experts from South Africa and around the world in Hogsback, South Africa 26th-27th September to create a plan to secure the future of Cape parrots. The plan sets the stage for coordinated action to address newly emerging and long-standing  threats to these iconic green...

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World Parrot Trust - Staff

April 2018 Flock Talk

Parrot Blogger: World Parrot Trust - Staff | Apr 21, 2018

Have you read the April Flock Talk yet?

This month’s issue features an update on the controversy surrounding Dominica’s two endemic parrots, an exciting announcement from WPT partner ASM Cambaquara in Brazil regarding the latest release of 10 Southern Mealy Amazons, a happy 45th birthday wish to...

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World Parrot Trust - Staff

March 2018 Flock Talk

Parrot Blogger: World Parrot Trust - Staff | Mar 24, 2018

Have you read the March issue of Flock Talk yet?

This month we update you on the happenings at CREA, the WPT-backed facility established in Bolivia to ease the rehabilitation efforts of wild parrots caught in illegal trade. You’ll also find an update from project partner Echo in Bonaire about the...

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Ria Winters

The Broad-billed parrot of Mauritius

Parrot Blogger: Ria Winters | Aug 21, 2015

Bird lovers know the Indian Ocean island of Mauritius mostly because of its famous inhabitant, the Dodo (Raphus cucullatus). This giant flightless pigeon died out in the late seventeen hundreds, in less than a century after man set foot on the island. The Dodo was subject of paintings, animated...

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