Birds. We LOVE them (especially our parrots), but sometimes when wild birds do what wild birds do they pose a danger to aviation, can be massively destructive to food crops and can spread disease from foraging in landfills.
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Back in the 1960s, the Monk parakeet became a darling of the exotic bird trade, coveted for its small size, intelligence and exceptional talking skills. If you live in an urban area, you’ve probably seen a flock of Monks. They’re cute, smart… but some fear they're invasive.
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Imagine a place where neglected and abused parrots get second chances every day. Help make it a reality.EMERGENCY RESCUE FUND