Yellow-naped Amazon Chicks Thrive in Bosque Escondido Thanks to Rescate Wildlife Rescue Center

Just look at how big the wild Yellow-naped Amazon chicks we’re monitoring at Bosque Escondido have grown. The older ones are nearing fledgling age after spending around 65 days in the nest. This critically endangered parrot species faces threats from habitat loss and nest poaching. But thanks to the incredible efforts and protection provided by Rescate Wildlife Rescue Center- zoave, the population in Pilas de Canjel, Nicoya Peninsula, is thriving! đŸŒŸ

Huge congratulations to Rescate Wildlife Rescue Center-zoave for decades of hard work paying off!


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