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- How to design a conservation project: masterclass turns ideas into reality January 17, 2018It doesn’t matter how good an idea is if it’s not communicated effectively. You could have a vision for a conservation project that would save the world – but unless your project proposal passes muster, it’s unlikely to get funded. That’s why it’s so important to bridge the gap between ideas and implementation. Right now, […]
- Do not disturb: the life rafts keeping pelicans afloat January 17, 2018One watchful, grey eye appears behind a shroud of silvery-white wing feathers that conceal a massive orange beak and leathery pouch. The pelican barely keeps its eyelids open after hours spent hunting fish on the lake, but then two play-fighting chicks clumsily step close to the edge of the floating nest platform and one’s mother […]
- Five years' success for African mountain hotspot - bring on phase two! January 10, 2018Rocky mountain peaks push up out of a lush green carpet of forest, shaded by scuttling clouds. Many of these mountains were born from fire, breaking into the world as volcanoes, but now their appearance couldn’t be more tranquil. This is the Eastern Afromontane Hotspot, a site of incredible importance for over 10,000 species of […]
- How to design a conservation project: masterclass turns ideas into reality January 17, 2018
Tag Archives: Yellow-naped Amazon
Yellow-naped Amazon, Amazona auropalliata, occurs on the Pacific slope of southern Mexico through to northern Costa Rica, as well as in north-east Nicaragua into north-east Honduras, and the Bay Islands of Honduras (Juniper and Parr 1988, see Taylor 2013). It … Continue reading
Archived 2011-2012 topics: Yellow-naped Amazon (Amazona auropalliata): is it eligible for uplisting?
The species is regarded as declining, probably throughout its range, owing to habitat loss and degradation, driven primarily by the expansion of agriculture, and capture for local and international trade (Juniper and Parr 1998, Anon. 2008). Further information is requested on the severity of threats and likely rate of decline over the last 37 years and projected rate of decline over the next 37 years. Continue reading