National Geographic

← Back to The World’s Most Traded Wild Birds? Senegal Parrots, color morphs, and the wild-caught bird trade…

“Pink” African grey parrots were bred over hundreds of generations to achieve 100% coverage in these feathers. The first pink African Greys were sold for over $150,000. Are clear color morphs not an option for the regulation of the wild-caught bird trade? Disallow ownership of birds that look like their wild cousins…?

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