Articles on the conservation of parrots from The Parrot Society UK
> Amazon Parrots in Tamaulipas, Mexico
Successful breeding of several Amazon parrot species on cattle ranch areas, by David Waugh 2015
> Threatened & Endangered Parrots
Links to web sites with information on threatened parrots
> 2002 Cape Parrot Big Birding Day
Counting Parrots - Report on the 2002 Cape Parrot Big Birding Day
> Echo Parakeet Conservation Project
Conservation Report 1999 - 2000©
> Endangered Yellow Eared Parrots
Protected by guerrillas
By Frank Bajak, Associated Press, Colombia (As printed in the P.S.UK. Magazine Vol 34 Feb., 2000)
> Golden Shouldered Parrot Recovery Plan
The Golden Shouldered Parrot is an endangered species and a close relative of the now extinct Paradise Parrot. A recovery plan has been produced and is the first plan to be endorsed by Queensland and subsequently under Commonwealth legisaltion.
Date: 28 April 2000.
> Great-Green Macaw
(Also known as Buffon's macaw)
By Mario Rivera C.© Director, Great Green Macaw Education in Conservation Project Environmental Association VIDA
> Lesser Vasa Parrots & Black Parrots
Lesser Vasa Parrots / Black Parrots (Coracopsis nigra)
By Anton Schreuders, assisted by Tom de Barbanson©
> Not All Birds are Endangered
By Ray Ackroyd, Australia
> The Parrots Final Flight
The Parrots Final Flight EXTINCTION!©
By R.J.McMillan, Wales, UK.
> The Thick-Billed Parrot in North Western Mexico
Efforts to preserve the Thick-Billed Parrot in North Western Mexico
By Tiberio Monterrubio PhD. (Mexico)©
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