Cape Parrot Working Group

The Cape Parrot Working Group (CPWG) at the University of KwaZulu-Natal, was formed in 2001 with the aim of promoting initiatives that will serve to conserve the species in the wild.

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Did you know?

Cape parrots live in groups or "families" (an adult pair with 2-4 juveniles or non-breeding birds).

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Cape parrot big birding day

Every year we run a conservation effort where Cape Parrot populations are counted, observed and recorded.

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Cape parrot studbook

This project provides an accurate overview of all Cape Parrots kept in captivity.

The Cape Parrot species is plagued by habitat loss, illegal trade and disease. Your donations will assist us in combating the issues.