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African Grey Parrot’s Strong CITES Protections Signal Hopeful Future

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 Protections Signal Hopeful Future appeared first on AmmoLand.com Shooting Sports News.
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