World Parrot Trust

World Parrot Trust

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Worldwide / The World Parrot Trust is an international leader in science-based, results-oriented, parrot conservation and welfare efforts since 1989
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Yellow-shouldered Amazons playing in Bonaire. Help Echo win $28,000 for Bonaire's parrots! Go to http://tinyurl.com/bonairevote and vote for "Parrots and People; Trees and Trails, Bonaire". Contest ends 31 March 2014.  © Echo

Yellow-shouldered Amazons playing in Bonaire. Help Echo win $28,000 for Bonaire's parrots! Go to http://tinyurl.com/bonairevote and vote for "Parrots and People; Trees and Trails, Bonaire". Contest ends 31 March 2014. © Echo

Help Echo win $28,000 for Bonaire's Parrots! Go to http://tinyurl.com/bonairevote and vote for "Parrots and People; Trees and Trails, Bonaire". Contest ends on 31 March 2014!  © Echo

Help Echo win $28,000 for Bonaire's Parrots! Go to http://tinyurl.com/bonairevote and vote for "Parrots and People; Trees and Trails, Bonaire". Contest ends on 31 March 2014! © Echo

Macaws Flyers Laser cut feather shadowbox by artist Chris Maynard

The World Parrot Trust and Chris Maynard of Featherfolio are teaming up for an one-of-a-kind fundraiser that will help blue-throated macaws in Bolivia.

Scarlet Macaws (Ara macao) released by the Ara Project / Proyecto Ara in Islita, Costa Rica. www.thearaproject.org © Laura Barbieri

Scarlet Macaws (Ara macao) released by the Ara Project / Proyecto Ara in Islita, Costa Rica. www.thearaproject.org © Laura Barbieri

Scarlet Macaws (Ara macao) released by the Ara Project / Proyecto Ara in Islita, Costa Rica, enjoying dinner together. www.thearaproject.org © 2014 www.parrots.org

Scarlet Macaws (Ara macao) released by the Ara Project / Proyecto Ara in Islita, Costa Rica, enjoying dinner together. www.thearaproject.org © 2014 www.parrots.org

Scarlet Macaws released by the Ara Project / Proyecto Ara www.thearaproject.org gather to eat from a feeder near the release aviary in Islita, Costa Rica © 2014 www.parrots.org

Scarlet Macaws released by the Ara Project / Proyecto Ara www.thearaproject.org gather to eat from a feeder near the release aviary in Islita, Costa Rica © 2014 www.parrots.org

Scarlet Macaws (Ara macao) released by the Ara Project / Proyecto Ara http://thearaproject.org/ eating nuts in Islita, Costa Rica. © 2014 www.parrots.org © 2014 www.parrots.org

Scarlet Macaws (Ara macao) released by the Ara Project / Proyecto Ara http://thearaproject.org/ eating nuts in Islita, Costa Rica. © 2014 www.parrots.org © 2014 www.parrots.org

THANK YOU! YOU DID IT!  You helped us reach our goal to Save Africa’s Parrots! Thanks to the outstanding support of people like YOU, we have surpassed our goal of raising $100,000 to help Save Africa's Parrots!  Plus, our generous sponsors have agreed to continue matching all donations made by January 31! So if you haven’t yet donated, please consider helping to Save Africa’s Parrots today. http://www.parrots.org/africa/

THANK YOU! YOU DID IT! You helped us reach our goal to Save Africa’s Parrots! Thanks to the outstanding support of people like YOU, we have surpassed our goal of raising $100,000 to help Save Africa's Parrots! Plus, our generous sponsors have agreed to continue matching all donations made by January 31! So if you haven’t yet donated, please consider helping to Save Africa’s Parrots today. http://www.parrots.org/africa/

Donate today! http://www.parrots.org/africa/

Donate today! http://www.parrots.org/africa/