Diversity, Volume 13, Issue 1 (January 2021) – 35 articles
Cover Story (view full-size image): Parrots are one of most threatened and rapidly declining bird groups. One reason for this is the global demand for pet parrots. Wild parrots are frequently trapped to fulfil this demand, and trapping pressure is likely to vary across a species range depending on factors such as demand, accessibility, and availability. Amazona lilacina is a newly described critically endangered species endemic to coastal Ecuador. Together with Ecuadorian researchers and rural communities, we quantified the level of A. lilacina ownership and trapping throughout its range and developed a trapping pressure index to highlight the areas of greatest risk to the wild population. View this paper.
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