The Forestry, Wildlife & Parks Division Presents: Life Cycle of Amazon Parrots
The Forestry, Wildlife & Parks Division, on Thursday April 24th, held a Presentation entitled “Life Cycle of Amazon Parrots”.
This is one of the many activities for the observance of the 2013 Caribbean Endemic Birds Festival.
Dr. Paul Reillo of Rare Species Conservatory Foundation delivered the presentation in the form of a PowerPoint slide show.
Before the presentation began, he stated that we all need to set the highest standards, for bird’s preservation.
Dr. Reilo’s presentation covered life cycles in Amazon Parrots in general and by extension, how those life cycles and history relates to the conservation of Amazon Parrots Species.
The presentation provided information on various topics that most individuals were not aware in that, most of the participants were not aware that in the past 200 years, 1.5 million species of plants and animals have been identified.
Dr. Reillo said, the reason why the Caribbean Endemic Birds Festival is so profound and important, is that, people have to value nature in some form.
“We have an identity with it, We are dependent on it regardless of the economic or spiritual rationale,” he stated.
Dr. Reillo commended the Forestry, Wildlife & Parks Division for the tremendous work they have done thus far, and he encourages them to continue with their pensiveness towards the Parrots.