Parrot Conservation: Loving Oneself So You Can Love and Care for the World
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Emotional intelligence, self-empathy, and self-love can save a parrot, a people, and the planet.
Ganando y Perdiendo Tablitas
La devastación de La Moskitia está dañando la vida. Se ha perdido mucho, pero recientemente el gobierno hondureño está ayudando a los indíge
Gaining and Losing Tablitas
The indigenous macaw conservationists are losing ground to special interests, who put at risk the beautiful land and wildlife of La Moskitia
Bridge Over Trouble Waters
The heavy rains due to climate change put us all at risk, including the conservationists and the parrots they protect.
Bird Lessons - They Teach Us to Listen
Rev. Dr. LoraKim Joyner, wildlife veterinarian and Unitarian Universalist minister, show how birds teach us valuable lessons.
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
Down for the Count
In July Honduras and Guatemala came together to do the first binational count of the endangered yellow-headed parrot. We found low numbers.
Women and Parrots Share Loss and Strength
A mother scarlet macaw lost her chicks twice to poachers in the same year. Her loss echoes our own, as does her strength.
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...
Protecting Parrots: Nesting Season 2020-2021
Pictures and statistics of One Earth Conservation's 2020-2021 parrot nesting season presented along with poetry.
Children Conservationists in La Moskitia, Honduras
Children accompany us during our conservation activities in La Moskitia, Honduras. It helps them learn by example, and its fun for all!
Team Parrot in La Moskitia, Honduras
The parrot conservation team in La Moskitia, Honduras is fierce, strong, and courageous. Come meet them in this photo collage.
Wings Set Us Free
Iota in November 2020 destroyed this village, and the parrot rangers there persisted, protecting parrots whose wings set us free.
Parrot Conservationists' Spirits Live On in Us
Parrot conservationists remind me of Wendell Berry whose writings say to me, “If we don’t know where we are, we don’t know who we are.”
Be a Farmer of the Future
Please help spread this message – that ordinary people, like you and me, can produce extraordinary results in extraordinary times
Scarlet Macaws Find Refuge After Two Hurricanes
First the heavy winds and rain came to the village, and then the parrots seeking refuge from two hurricanes that devastated Honduras
Coming Round the Sun Through Hard Times
Thank you for helping One Earth Conservation to make the dream of the good life for people and parrots a possibility! Please join us!
Vision from a Blind Scarlet Macaw
The abundance of this place, the songs of its people and its birds, will be health and wisdom and indwelling light. This is no paradisal
Every Day Earth Day for Parrot Conservationists
Conservationists impact parrots’ lives for the better all the time. They develop a heart inspired touch that pervades their work.
COVID-19 in Honduras and its Impact
Re COVID-19 in Honduras: "...we are a poor country...many people...use what they work during the day to live on that day..." Can you help?
From the field, our Nurture Nature Program, and our staff!
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