ATTENTION: Bir -- nAppEd!

Pyne, Helen
January 2012
Appleseeds;Jan2012, Vol. 14 Issue 4, p23
The article offers information on the endangered parrots found in the tropical rainforests. It offers information on Charles Munn, bird specialist who promotes ecotourism for saving wildlife and to improve the condition poor people in rainforest communities. It offers information on the Tropical Nature, nonprofit group focused on protecting rainforests.


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