Thoughts and Observations from Project Bird Watch

Notes from the Field: Issue 6 by Stewart Metz The Imperiled Cockatoos and Parrots of Indonesia – Why the Moluccas? Why Papua? Why it is necessary to work to help cockatoos and parrots in places such as the Moluccas and Papua; why not “Borneo” (now Kalimantan)?...

The 10 Most Wanted List

Notes from the Field: Issue 5 Lesser Sulphur-Crested Cockatoos Make The Infamous “Ten Most Wanted List” by Stewart Metz (modified from a story published in the Indonesian Nature Conservation NewsLetter) The Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species...

Seacology Awards Grant to PBW

Notes from the Field: Issue 2 Project Bird Watch Receives Seacology Grant For Medical Clinics, Education In Indonesia Local Villages to Create 350 Acre Heritage Zone to Protect Parrot-Rich Indonesian Rainforest FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Bonnie Zimmermann (707)...
Eclectic Eclectus

Eclectic Eclectus

Notes from the Field: Issue 4 by Bonnie Zimmermann Indonesia is awe-inspiring. It has over seventeen thousand island, is the fourth most populous country in the world, has the largest Muslim population in the world, and an incredible diversity of birds, animals and...

The Vulnerability of Cockatoos to Extinction: How do we assess it?

Notes from the Field: Issue 3 The Vulnerability of Cockatoos to Extinction: How do we assess it? by Stewart Metz There are three methods used to designate the vulnerability of parrots in the wild: We all are used to referring to CITES (The Convention on the...

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