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Parrots In Los Angeles

In the wilds of southern California's suburban jungles.

The Parrot Project of Los Angeles researches parrots in the wilds of southern California's suburban jungles. Affiliated with the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County and California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, Parrot Project focuses on the study of the naturalized parrot populations in California.

There are substantial green-cheeked parrot (Amazona viridgenalis) populations in Los Angeles County (ca. 1500), and 10 more parrot species are commonly occurring in the Los Angeles Area. For more information, e-mail:, or checkout their Web site:


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It would be nice if gave more info then just a site to go to.
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No info here, just another place to go!! Shhheh!!! I was disapointed !!!
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