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Stories of parrots and people together are full of all aspects of the animal condition; beauty, tragedy, care, compassion, and loss. Today we tell stories of crimson-fronted parakeets, red-lored amazons, scarlet macaws, and the Miskito indigenous people of Honduras.Read More
During my two months stay in the village of Mabita, La Moskitia, Honduras I witnessed a family’s love and care for the parrots in their region. They’ve gone from eating and poaching them, to rescuing and liberating them.Read More
Adult parrots experience a strong bond with their chicks and eggs, and we see this all the time in the field. Predators, human and otherwise, can break that bond and cause hardship for the parrot family. That is why we organize for parrot conservation, protecting the children of this earth.Read More
Not much is known or recorded about the current population of yellow-naped amazon parrots on the Atlantic coast of Honduras. We went there in mid-June to get an idea of the area, do a quick count, and make plans for future conservation efforts. This area is known as Costa de los Amates and it is where one can find the remaining mangrove swamps in Honduras.Read More
Mabita, La Moskitia, Honduras May 21, 2016 We had a car load of people heading out to the field. There were the climbers, my spouse Meredith Garmon, the parrot patrollers for the day, our our most junior conservationists who are part of our education program. Everyone was to join us for the first climb […]Read More