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An eastern or mountain bongo, Tragelaphus eurycerus isaaci, at the Rare Species Conservatory Foundation.

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An eastern or mountain bongo, Tragelaphus eurycerus isaaci, at the Rare Species Conservatory Foundation.

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An endangered (IUCN) and federally endangered vinaceous Amazon parrot (Amazona vinacea) at the Rare Species Conservatory Foundation.

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A vulnerable yellow-thighed Parrot also known as a yellow-thighed caique (Pionites xanthomeria) at the Rare Species Conservatory Foundation.

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A Brazilian hawk-headed parrot (Deroptyus accipitrinus fuscifrons) at the Rare Species Conservatory Foundation.

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An endangered (IUCN) and federally endangered vinaceous Amazon parrot (Amazona vinacea) at the Rare Species Conservatory Foundation.

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A vulnerable yellow-thighed Parrot also known as a yellow-thighed caique (Pionites xanthomeria) at the Rare Species Conservatory Foundation.

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Imperial parrot (Amazona imperialis) at the Rare Species Conservatory Foundation. This is one of just two imperial parrots in captivity, and the only one captive in the U.S. This bird is endangered, with just 350-450 birds in the wild on the island of Dominica in the eastern Caribbean. This bird was hand raised.

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An endangered (IUCN) and federally endangered red-browed Amazon parrot (Amazona rhodocorytha) at the Rare Species Conservatory Foundation. The Conservatory Foundation has 55 individuals, and has the only population of this species in North America. This species is listed as endangered and is found in what’s left of the coastal Atlantic forest of Brazil.

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Red-browed Amazon parrot (Amazona rhodocorytha) at the Rare Species Conservatory Foundation. The Conservatory Foundation has 55 individuals, and has the only population of this species in North America. This species is listed as endangered and is found in what’s left of the coastal Atlantic forest of Brazil.

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An endangered Imperial parrot (Amazona imperialis) at the Rare Species Conservatory Foundation. This is one of just two imperial parrots in captivity, and the only one captive in the U.S. This bird is endangered, with just 350-450 birds in the wild on the island of Dominica in the eastern Caribbean. This bird was hand raised.

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Eggs of the red-browed Amazon parrot at the Rare Species Conservatory Foundation. The Conservatory Foundation has 55 individuals including juveniles and mature birds, and has the only population of this species in North America. This species is listed as endangered and is found in what’s left of the coastal Atlantic forest of Brazil.

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Eggs of the red-browed Amazon parrot at the Rare Species Conservatory Foundation. The Conservatory Foundation has 55 individuals including juveniles and mature birds, and has the only population of this species in North America. This species is listed as endangered and is found in what’s left of the coastal Atlantic forest of Brazil.

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Imperial parrot (Amazona imperialis) at the Rare Species Conservatory Foundation. This is one of just two imperial parrots in captivity, and the only one captive in the U.S. This bird is endangered, with just 350-450 birds in the wild on the island of Dominica in the eastern Caribbean. This bird was hand raised.

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Imperial parrot (Amazona imperialis) at the Rare Species Conservatory Foundation. This is one of just two imperial parrots in captivity, and the only one captive in the U.S. This bird is endangered, with just 350-450 birds in the wild on the island of Dominica in the eastern Caribbean. This bird was hand raised.

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Imperial parrot (Amazona imperialis) at the Rare Species Conservatory Foundation. This is one of just two imperial parrots in captivity, and the only one captive in the U.S. This bird is endangered, with just 350-450 birds in the wild on the island of Dominica in the eastern Caribbean.
This bird was hand raised.

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BIR037-00169

Imperial parrot (Amazona imperialis) at the Rare Species Conservatory Foundation. This is one of just two imperial parrots in captivity, and the only one captive in the U.S. This bird is endangered, with just 350-450 birds in the wild on the island of Dominica in the eastern Caribbean. This bird was hand raised.

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