ENDANGERED YELLOW-EARED PARROTS

PROTECTED BY GUERRILLAS
By Frank Bajak, Associated Press, Colombia
(As printed in the P.S.UK. Magazine Vol 34 Feb., 2000)

Three yellow-eared parrots Three yellow-eared parrots swoop down into a glade of wax palms, switching from wide arcs to tightly synchronized barrel rolls, screaming raucously.

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Alternative Common Names for the Yellow-eared Parrot
YELLOW-EARED CONURE OR YELLOW-EARED PARAKEET

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