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With nearly one third of parrot species threatened in the wild and millions of birds needing proper care in captivity, there has never been a better time for you to take action to save parrots.

Research has shown that as a group, the parrot family — Psittacidae — has a higher percentage of endangered species than any other bird family on earth.

Collar et al. (1994) have identified 90 species of parrots that are at risk of global extinction.


Please check out the links below to learn more about saving parrots in the wild.


Indonesian Parrot Project - Working to save some of the most endangered Cockatoo's and Parrots on the planet. 

Also check out Anak Berani's facebook page. He is an Abbotti Cockatoo, one of the most endangered exotic birds on the planet. 

The Ara Project   - The Ara Project is a Costa Rican licensed, government-supervised, conservation organization operated by the non-profit organization Asociación El Proyecto Ara. Its primary purpose is focused on reintroducing the macaws to their former ranges, throughout much of Costa Rica.

Parrots International  - Lots of great info here and conservation projects around the globe you can read and learn about. 

Echo - Parrots and People  Echo is a non-profit organization dedicated to the protection of the Yellow-shouldered Amazon Parrot, in the wild, on Bonaire in the southern Caribbean.

Blue-throated Macaw ProjectAn international conservation program dedicated to saving the Blue-throated Macaw (Ara glaucogularis), a species on edge of extinction.