Conservation projects

Kakapos occupied 43 nests and laid 106 eggs, more than half are fertile
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Kakapos occupied 43 nests and laid 106 eggs, more than half are fertile

March 9th, 2016 | by LubosTomiska
Optimistic prognosis of New Zealand conservationists about successful breeding season of Kakapo parrots are coming true. At the beginning of this...
Breeding of the Lesser Jardine’s Parrot. PART II
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Breeding of the Lesser Jardine’s Parrot. PART II

March 8th, 2016 | by Oldrich Siska
I keep the breeding pair in an outside aviary during summer and inside aviary during the winter season. Mostly, they are moved inside at the end of...
Breeding of the Lesser Jardine’s Parrot. PART I
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Breeding of the Lesser Jardine’s Parrot. PART I

March 7th, 2016 | by Oldrich Siska
I bought my first pair of the Lesser Jardine’s Parrot (Poicephalus gulielmi fantiensis) in September 2003 from one animal import...
Interview with Juan Cornejo, curator of the most complete parrot collection in Loro Parque. PART I
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Interview with Juan Cornejo, curator of the most complete parrot collection in Loro Parque. PART I

March 4th, 2016 | by LubosTomiska
A few weeks ago ParrotsDailyNews visited the most complete parrot collection in the world on Tenerife island. We took that opportunity to...
Veterinary surgeons fixed a deformed parrot beak with 3D printed titanium prosthesis
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Veterinary surgeons fixed a deformed parrot beak with 3D printed titanium prosthesis

March 3rd, 2016 | by LubosTomiska
A very special surgery was performed by a team of vets from the Renato Archer Technology and Information Center (CTI) in Campinas,...
How can we recognize Red-tailed Cockatoo subspecies? PART II
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How can we recognize Red-tailed Cockatoo subspecies? PART II

March 2nd, 2016 | by Julie and Barry Blanch
The most commonly kept Red-tailed Black Cockatoo in aviculture and one of the more widespread subspecies in the wild—with a number of...
Nine Lear’s Macaws raised in Loro Parque Foundación relocated to Brazil
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Nine Lear’s Macaws raised in Loro Parque Foundación relocated to Brazil

March 1st, 2016 | by LubosTomiska
The Lear's Macaw is one of the most threatened parrot in the world. According to BirdLife data, this species is classified as "endangered" and its...

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