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Welcome to our blogs. These include real time stories from the field from individuals who are working first hand with wild parrots. Read their stories and find out about the ups and downs of wildlife research. What are the challenges of every day field work and the exciting new encounters and discoveries that makes all the hard work worth while!
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Paso Pacifico (pasopacifico.org) is a non-profit organization working with local communities in the Paso del Istmo to restore forest habitat and reverse the loss of native wildlife.
The Yellow-Naped Amazon Parrot was once common across the ...
Dr. Lorakim Joyner visited the Iguaca Aviary
At the Iguaca Aviary we were honored with the recent visit of Dr. Lora Kim Joyner. She was so gracious to give us a workshop in non-violent communication and its importance for conservation. It was ...
Early Start for the “Iguaca”
2010 was a great year for the Puerto Rican Amazon and we are working very hard to make 2011 breeding season even better. The breeding season for this species is usually between Jan.-Feb. until May-June depending ...