THE GUATEMALAN YELLOW-NAPED AMAZON PARROT (ARCAS - Wildlife Rescue & Conservation Association)
Yellow-naped Amazons are parrots that live along the Pacific coast of Central America. They nest in the cavities of living and dead trees. Because they can mimic the human voice, Yellow-naped Amazons are a favorite bird of the pet trade.
The population may have been reduced by as much as 95% in the last 15 years due to: deforestation and agriculture (especially sugar cane, palm oil and banana), cattle ranching and poaching for the illegal wildlife trade.
Your support will help:
South Coast of Guatemala
Together, let's pave the way for the Parrot Pathway of the Guatemalan South Coast!
(October 1 - March 31)
9:00am - 4:00pm
(April 1 - September 30)
9:00am - 7:00pm