Stopping the Illegal Mexican Parrot Trade
Defenders of Wildlife is pleased to release its report entitled:
"The Illegal Parrot Trade in Mexico: A Comprehensive Assessment"
This detailed study thoroughly analyzes the threat to Mexico's 22 parrot species posed by illegal trapping and proposes comprehensive policy solutions.
The conclusion reached is that only major reforms in the laws, in law enforcement, and in the behavior of the main actors in the Mexican parrot trade - including the buying public - will restore these beautiful birds to stable populations in the wild.
Juan Carlos Cantú Guzmán, Director of Programs, Defenders of Wildlife México Office
María Elena Sánchez Saldaña, President, Teyeliz, A.C.
In collaboration with: Manuel Grosselet, Ornithologist, and Jesús Silva Gamez, Veterinarian
Download the Spanish language version.
Download the English language version.
Press release and Fact Sheets
- Press release
- Determining if Your Parrot Is Legal Before You Buy
- Is U.S. Demand Driving Mexican Parrots to Extinction?
For extra Spanish copies of the report, please contact:
Defenders of Wildlife, México Office
Bosques de Cerezos 112
Bosques de las Lomas
D.F. 11700 Mexico
For extra English copies of the report, please contact:
Defenders of Wildlife
1130 17th St NW
Washington, DC 20036 USA