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Conservacion Colombiana 2: Threatened Parrots Part 2 / Loros Amenazados de Colombia: Parte 2

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Series: Conservación Colombiana Volume: 2
By: Juan C Verhelst(Editor)
123 pages, b/w photos, b/w illustrations, tables
Conservacion Colombiana 2: Threatened Parrots Part 2 / Loros Amenazados de Colombia: Parte 2
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This special edition of Conservación Colombiana contains details of Fundacion ProAves' pioneering work to save the critically endangered Yellow-eared Parrot from extinction. Prior to ProAves' work, the species numbered just a few tens of individuals but now several flocks of hundreds of individuals are being protected and encouraged. A series of articles about the search for this species, the discovery of populations and their protection and study are included, with details on the project's achievments as well as on the biology and reproduction of Yellow-eared Parrot.

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Series: Conservación Colombiana Volume: 2
By: Juan C Verhelst(Editor)
123 pages, b/w photos, b/w illustrations, tables
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