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We endeavor to generate continuing awareness of parrots throughout the world by supporting international conservation efforts to help maintain and preserve them in their natural habitat. 


In addition we support captive breeding programs that are tied closely to maintaining wild

captive bred populations of endangered parrots.


Parrots International is active in supporting conservation programs in the field.


Below is a list of species work, in situ conservation projects, and responsible aviculture projects that Parrots International supports and promotes:



The Spix's Macaw School Project

Curaša, Brazil


The Spix's Macaw Project, Habitat purchase and Restoration,

Gangorra Farm, Curaša, Brazil


The Lear's Macaw Corn Subsidy Project

Jeremoabo and Canudos, Brazil


The Lears Macaw Conservation Program

Bahia, Brazil


The Hyacinth Macaw Project, (Projeto Arara Azul)

The Pantanal, Brazil


The Bahamian Parrot Project

Abaco & Inagua, Bahamas


Puerto Rican Parrot Recovery Program

Puerto Rico


Tambopata Research Project

Tambopata, Peru


The Hyacinth Macaw Project, Piaui, Brazil


The Great Green Macaw Project

Costa Rica


The Blue-Throated Macaw Project

Amonia/ Loro Parque Foundation, Beni, Bolivia


The Red-Fronted Macaw Project

Armonia / Bird life International, Bolivia


The Blue-Fronted Amazon Project

The Chaco, Argentina


The Yellow Shouldered Amazon Project






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Parrots International

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Pacific Palisades, CA 90272


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