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You see it all the time – in fashion magazines, in corporate marketing materials, even on your favorite brand of toothpaste. Someone is...
Ethical Considerations in Wildlife and Conservation Medicine
There are many demands and challenges in caring for ourselves, others, and the world. We can improve our care through ethical discourse.
Transformative Parrot Conservation in La Moskitia, Honduras
We describe the Apu Pauni Project, a coalition of communities and organizations striving to recover the macaw populations in La Moskitia
Is the Devil in the Details?
Parrot team in Guatemala, April 2021, with Dr. LoraKim Joyner This week, One Earth Conservation teams up with Cuerpo de Conservación in...
Case Study in Parrot Monitoring - Ometepe Island, Nicaragua
It is an honor and a privilege to make the current draft available to the parrot world, for it is a testament to the efforts of the people.
Conservation Hero of the Day??
I spent Monday afternoon at Rite Aid and became the unofficial conservation hero of the day!
How to Build a Parrot Conservationist
The foundation of the work of One Earth Conservation is that anyone and everyone can be a wildlife conservationist, with our focus being on
I agree that we must take care of the most oppressed, and ourselves as well. To do so we need to get at the root causes that lead to dominat
Four and Five on the Parrots List
Last week just got away from me, so I’m blogging today about both the fourth and fifth parrots on LoraKim’s list of the world’s most beautif
Due to “popular demand,” I am providing our readers with LoraKim’s list of which parrot species (living and extinct) she considers the most
Biodiversity Loss and the Climate Crisis
I find myself increasingly focused on the intersection of my work with One Earth Conservation on biodiversity loss, specifically among Latin
Going Forth in Conservation
Conservation is for us together, then, a prayer that we utter as we look up in awe at forest cathedrals, a silence partaken in mountain abbe
The Messenger Came to Tell Us
I work with an amazing and gifted man, Colum Muccio, Administrative and Development Director of ARCAS in Guatemala. Without his help our yel
Sleeping Under Parrots and Stars
What do you do when there aren’t many of a particular species left on the planet? You face the reality, dig into hope, team up, and do the
Conservation as Art and a Replicable Process (part 1)
We have always said that conservation is an art, and cannot be replicated across regions, cultures, habitats, species, organizations, or spe
Take Them or Leave Them
As you know, One Earth Conservation works on a daily basis to help some of the most endangered parrots in the world. Rev. Dr. LoraKim Joyner
Making Time to Despair...and to Hope
Yesterday morning I freaked out. It doesn’t happen often, but it happens. I stumbled upon the headline, “UN Warns That 1 Million Species Ris
Guatemala Census and Celebration!
In 2017, One Earth Conservation invited visitors from the United States to join us on a trip to Ometepe Island in Nicaragua to learn about a
The Ups and Downs of Parrot Nesting Season in Guatemala
These 6 areas are located where there are the most yellow-naped parrots in all of Guatemala, which is along the pacific coast of the country
Poachers and Protectors
The film demonstrates how and why community conservation can work, and must work. If the local people are not engaged and committed, then th
From the field, our Nurture Nature Program, and our staff!
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