LIFE GIVING PROGRAMS
The Lear's Macaw
Rare Blue Parrot Back from the Brink of Extinction, June 2009. The Lear's Macaw, a striking blue parrot found in north-eastern Brazil, has been down listed from Critically Endangered (the highest threat category) to Endangered as a direct result of conservation action, revealed the 2009 update to the IUCN Red List of Threatened...
The Puerto Rican Amazon
The Puerto Rican Amazon is the only parrot indigenous to the USA left in the wild. This parrot is extremely endangered. The Puerto Rican Amazon was listed as an endangered species (one of the 10 most endangered birds in the world) back in 1967 and the number of birds in the wild are still under 40 to date. The USFW has stepped forward to...
The Spix's Macaw
The Spix’s Macaw (Cyanopsitta spixii), also referred as Little Blue Macaw, is the world’s most endangered parrot with the last known individual in the wild having been last seen in October 2000. The species is categorized as Critically Endangered (possibly extinct in the wild) on the IUCN (International Union for Conservation of...
The Scarlet Macaw
The Scarlet Macaw (Ara macao) is found in lowland rainforest and savanna, in Mexico remote portions of humid forest, on the Pacific slope in Honduras, in Costa Rica deciduous and humid forest, Colombia in lowland rainforest and gallery forest and Venezuela in rainforest and savanna. Although the Scarlet Macaw is listed by IUCN as least concern there is...
The Great Green Macaw
Once prevalent throughout the entire Caribbean, Great Green Macaw (Ara ambiguus) populations have declined alarmingly in recent years due to poaching and deforestation, in particular the cutting of Mountain Almond trees. BirdLife International states that over the past 50 years global populations have been reduced by half...
The Green and Gold Cape Parrot
The green and gold Cape parrot (Poicephalus robustus) is one of the most endangered parrots in the world. The only parrot endemic to South Africa, fewer than a thousand individuals survive in the last patches of its dwindling habitat of yellowwood forest. Cape parrots depend primarily on yellowwood fruit for their sustenance. As the...
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