What Would the Parrot Say?
Wild parrots are in danger! We can help them by asking ourselves, “What would the parrot say?” This book will help children understand why this is important, and teach them more about these beautiful birds. You will also discover some of the ways you and your friends can help wild parrots.
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Conservation in Time of War
How can we both save ourselves and the world despite overwhelming odds? One Earth Conservation seeks to answer that question with this memoir from Rev. Dr. LoraKim Joyner. This book shows how a deep understanding that everything is connected in beauty can offer healing and hope to the parrots and people of Latin America, and to a world where climate change, terrorism, political polarization, and loss of biodiversity threaten us all.
Nurturing Discussions and Practices
These guides, given the risks and challenges of these times, are meant to augment community formation and personal transformation and commitment, whether you are beginning something new or use these guides for an already existing community, family, or organization.
Prion takes us to a world in the not-so-distant future, where humans live daily with disease outbreaks and loss of biodiversity. A growing coalition of diverse scientists and conservationists suddenly face a terrifying, new pandemic that threatens the human race. Using cutting-edge technologies, they discover that parrots are the transmitters of the “Zealand Zombie Disease.” The researchers rely on their knowledge and experiences from decades of researching and rescuing parrots to save both parrots and people.
This free booklet is the third in a series of publications that describe certain methodologies in parrot monitoring. This booklet invites readers to participate in developing a new technique for counting parrots on rivers, and provides the results of a seven-day river parrot count on the Rewa River in Guyana in 2019.
This free booklet complements the Guide to the right and is a case study on how to use this methodology in parrot monitoring. It also summarizes seven years of data during the evolution of the parrot monitoring on Ometepe Island, Nicaragua.
This free booklet describes a method for rapidly locating populations of parrots to protect so that other conservation methods can proceed immediately. This counting technique then becomes a method for raising consciousness and awareness, focusing people on parrot biology and behavior. It is also available in Spanish.