A rare insight into wild parrots in parts of their native range in Africa shows steep declines thought to be caused by pet trade and felling trees
One hundred and eighty-three member states gathered at the CITES Cop17 meeting in Johannesburg and voted decisively in a secret ballot to provide the greatest protection possible to the endangered African grey parrot
African grey parrots are being loved to death. Their intelligence and longevity make them popular as pets, and overharvest for the pet trade is devastating populations in the wild... This post African Grey Parrot’s Strong CITES Prot...
Delegates at a global wildlife conference on Sunday voted to ban international trade in African grey parrots, one of the world's most trafficked birds.