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PsittaScene Magazine

PsittaScene is the quarterly magazine published by the World Parrot Trust. Members receive a printed copy delivered as part of their subscription by post, and we make an electronic version available online.

Each issue has regular updates on the work being carried out by the WPT, along with reports from the field. The magazine also covers topics relating to bird behaviour in captivity, helping parrot owners to understand their complex companions.

In each issue you will find:

  • Stunning never-seen-before images
  • Exciting field updates about wild parrots
  • Interviews with the biologists, veterinarians and world class avian care specialists
  • Important parrot news from around the world
  • Inspirational travel ideas, and much more...

When you join the WPT you will receive a new issue via postal mail quarterly, and gain access to more than 30 years of archives online.

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Past Issues

PsittaScene Winter 2017

Winter 2017

Volume 29.4 (no. 113)

  • From the desk of: Matthew Kirchhoff, WPT Communications Director
  • Rimatara Lorikeet: Population Re-established on Atiu Island after 200 Years
  • Slowing Parrot Trafficking in Indonesia
  • Back from the Brink, Again: Decline and Recovery of the Tasman Parakeet
  • Parrots in the Wild: Purple-crowned Lorikeets

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PsittaScene Autumn 2017

Autumn 2017

Volume 29.3 (no. 112)

  • A Message From: Steve Milpacher, WPT Operations Director
  • Grey Parrots in the Wild: A dream come true
  • Mysterious Macaws of the Aripo Savannas: Red-bellied Macaws of Trinidad
  • Reflections on: Parrot Rescue and Adoption
  • Parrots in the Wild: Red-tailed Black Cockatoo

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PsittaScene Summer 2017

Summer 2017

Volume 29.2 (no. 111)

  • A Message from the Editor: Desi Milpacher
  • Hope for Fighting Bolivian Trade: Wild Parrots Conservation Centre (CREA)
  • Story in a Feather: The Remarkable Art of Chris Maynard
  • Restoring Bonaire: Ensuring the survival of species that rely on its dry forest
  • Species Profile: Cuban Amazon
  • Pet Pages: The Parrot that Chews
  • Tribute to Audrey Reynolds: Farewell to Paradise Park and WPT matriarch
  • Parrots in the Wild: Yellow-eared Parrot

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PsittaScene Spring 2017

Spring 2017

Volume 29.1 (no. 110)

  • A Message From: Steve Milpacher, WPT Operations Director
  • Lear’s Macaw Research & Recovery, A Pictorial
  • Cape Parrots Holding On in the Woodbush Forest
  • Are Cape Parrots a Separate Species? ...and does it matter?
  • Adventures in Conservation: Treeing a volunteer at The Ara Project
  • Book Review: Cornell Lab of Ornithology Handbook of Bird Biology – Third Edition
  • Free at Last: Release of Rescued Maroon-bellied Conures
  • A Banner Year: Progress for Blue-throated Macaws
  • Parrots in the Wild: Grey Parrot vs Black-and-white-Casqued Hornbills

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