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Parrots magazine eMag 273 October 2020


eMag 273 October 2020

An interactive, digital edition of Parrots magazine - download a copy today to read on your computer.

In the October issue of Parrots magazine:

• Parrot News – Please send us your news stories
• News from Loro Parque – Non-stop conservation
• Helping the Belize Scarlets – Ali Wunderman was the only woman on a volunteer crew sent into the Belize jungle to defend a threatened population of Scarlet Macaws from pet trade poachers. Here she tells us about her wild escape into the Parrot Protection Programme to help
• Getting bitten? – Maria J. Rose tells of her experience with her rescued African Grey
• The Holistic Parrot by Leslie Moran – Flock dynamics in budgerigars – Read More
• Orange-bellied threat – Orange-bellied Parrots are possibly the most endangered species in the world, as although efforts to bolster breeding ground populations are successful, the good work is undone when they migrate north
• The Australian Outback by Robert Alison – how some parrots survive in this arid environment – Read More
• Complete Psittacine by Eb Cravens – “So You are Thinking of Getting a New Parrot…?”
• Doobie – like a shadow – Kimberly Jackson has taken on a Citron-crested Cockatoo called Doobie from a previous owner who was no longer able to look after him, and she has never looked back!
• Great Autumn berries – Jim Hayward advises on which wild berries are safe and nutritious for your birds – Read More
• Uncertain outlook for the Swift, by David Waugh, Correspondent, Loro Parque Fundación
• Populations under 1000! By Rosemary Low – We must never forget this fact: Every time a species or a population vanishes, Earth’s capability to maintain ecosystem services is eroded to a degree, depending on the species concerned – Read More
• Your parrot queries answered – our panel of experts is available to answer all your queries on companion or breeding parrots
• Letters
• DVDs and Back Issues for sale – a selection of mostly parrot related DVDs and many back issues of this magazine, all with delivery included in the price
• Parrots Helpline. If you have a parrot problem – whether it be health, diet, or whatever – you can contact any of the advisors listed here

And lots more…

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