Vote For Cape Parrot As SA’s Favourite Bird!

Cape Parrot (Rodnick Biljon)

Click here to Vote for CAPE PARROT as South Africa’s favourite bird!

The green-and gold Cape Parrot is our national parrot and are only found here, yet most South Africans do not even know they exists. Our Cape Parrot is Africa’s most Endangered parrot species with around 1,000 Cape Parrots remaining in the wild. Their fate is forever linked to that of our declining yellowwood forests. The Cape Parrot Project works to save our national parrot by planting our national tree, the yellowwood…

Yellowwood seedlings grown by high school student, Justin Eberhardt, from Stutterheim. (Justin Eberhardt)
Yellowwood seedlings grown by high school student, Justin Eberhardt, from Stutterheim. (Justin Eberhardt)
Yellowwood saplings growing at one of the Cape Parrot Project planting sites along the Amathole Mountains in South Africa, home to the largest-remaining population of Cape parrots in the world... (Steve Boyes)
Yellowwood saplings growing at one of the Cape Parrot Project planting sites along the Amathole Mountains in South Africa, home to the largest-remaining population of Cape parrots in the world… (Steve Boyes)

The Cape Parrot is undoubtedly South Africa’s least-known “favourite bird” with a dedicated following across —> Read More Here

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