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Naturalized Parrots of the World Distribution, Ecology, and Impacts of the World's Most Colorful Colonizers

By: Stephen Pruett-Jones(Editor)
304 pages, 50 colour photos, colour illustrations and colour maps
Naturalized Parrots of the World
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  • Naturalized Parrots of the World ISBN: 9780691204413 Hardback Jul 2021 In stock
Price: £34.99
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There are more than 350 species of parrots in the world, and approximately 300 of these species have been transported to other countries through the caged pet trade. Whether through escaped captivity or purposeful release, many of these parrots are now breeding in new habitats. Indeed, no less than 75 species of parrots have established breeding populations in countries where they were introduced, and parrots are now among the most widely distributed group of birds. Naturalized Parrots of the World is the first book to examine this specific avian population.

Bringing together the work of leading researchers in one convenient volume, this book explores the biology of naturalized parrots and their interactions with native ecosystems. Experts discuss the global distribution of parrots, their genetics, conservation implications, and human responses to these birds. They also consider debates surrounding management issues and the lack of consensus around nonnative species in the wild. Later chapters feature case studies of the two most successful species – the rose-ringed parakeet and monk parakeet – as well as studies of the introduced parrot species located in specific countries and regions, including the United States, United Kingdom, Spain, Portugal, northern Europe, South Africa, and Australia.

Highlighting critical aspects of conservation biology and biodiversity, Naturalized Parrots of the World will be an invaluable resource for parrot owners, ornithologists, conservation biologists, and birdwatchers.

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Stephen Pruett-Jones is an associate professor of ecology and evolution at the University of Chicago. He has spent forty-five years studying the biology and behaviour of birds in North America, Australia, and Papua New Guinea.

By: Stephen Pruett-Jones(Editor)
304 pages, 50 colour photos, colour illustrations and colour maps
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"Naturalized Parrots of the World interested me from beginning to end. Delving into genetics, ecology, conservation impacts, human dimensions, research opportunities, and even control methods for species in their native and invasive ranges, this book will attract a wide readership."
– Scott K. Robinson, coauthor of Conservation of Tropical Birds

"This is a good and well-focused book of introduced parrots worldwide."
– Stuart Marsden, Manchester Metropolitan University

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