[Tweeters] Are There More Free-Living Mexican Red-headed Parrots In US Cities Than In All Of Mexico?

Devorah the Ornithologist birdologist at gmail.com
Thu Apr 7 13:48:21 PDT 2016


Hello everyone,

Are There More Free-Living Mexican Red-headed Parrots In US Cities Than In
All Of Mexico? In fact, according to a team of US researchers, free-living
Mexican red-crowned parrots have been adapting so well to urban life in
California and Texas that their population numbers may rival those in their
native Mexico. This is important for a number of reasons, which I share
here:

Are There More Free-Living Mexican Red-headed Parrots In US Cities Than In
All Of Mexico?
http://blogs.forbes.com/grrlscientist/?p=2126

cheers,

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