1st World Parrot count

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Subject: 1st World Parrot count
From: Carl Clifford <>
Date: Thu, 9 Dec 2010 09:34:35 +1100
Dear All,

Some may be interested in participating in this.


Carl Clifford

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Date: 9 December 2010 6:39:59 AM
Subject: [OB] FW: [GBN] 1st world parrot count January 2011

Karl-Heinz Graß
Von-Behring-Str. 52
63075 Offenbach

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Von: "Michael Braun" <>
Gesendet: 05.12.2010 23:29:43
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Betreff: [GBN] 1st world parrot count January 2011

>Dear parrot researchers and parrot friends,
>You are cordially invited to join the "World Parrot Count". We,
>Roelant Jonker and Michael Braun of the "extra-tropical department" of
>the Parrot Researchers Group of the International Ornithological Union
>(IOU), would like to initiate the first global parrot census this
>January in order to get much needed scientific data about parrots
>living in cities around the globe. This count is intended to become an
>annual event. For further information please visit the following
>If you have any questions please contact us via the following E-mail-
>Please feel free to forward this message to everybody who could be
>interested. We would like to create a global parrot community of
>professional researchers, field ornithologists as well as amateur
>naturalist that will enable us to measure the development of native
>and non-native parrots living in cities.
>See you at the roost!
>All best,
>Roelant Jonker (Leiden University, The Netherlands)
>Michael Braun (Heidelberg University, Germany)
>Yahoo! Groups Links

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