Welcome, wild parrot watchers, to BrooklynParrots.com – a site focusing on the remarkable Monk Parakeets (AKA Quaker Parrots) of Brooklyn.
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BrooklynParrots.com is a site launched in 2005 to share information about the wild Quaker Parrots (AKA Monk Parakeets) of Brooklyn. The site hosts photos of the parrots, reports from the field, frequently asked questions about the birds, and notices about the periodic “wild parrot safaris” offered to the general public.
For more information about this project, please send email to: stephencarlbaldwin (at) gmail.com
Hear ye, hear ye — all interested in inspecting the original wild parrot colony in Brooklyn, please join us on Saturday, May 5, at 11:00 AM. Location is Brooklyn College’s gate — on Campus Road at Hillel Place (just across the street from the Bene Coffee shop). Here’s a Google Map URL to the meeting …
I recently had the opportunity to give a talk for Phoenix Landing — a wonderful all-volunteer organization dedicated to the well-being of parrots that’s based in Asheville, North Carolina. During the Q&A, a gentleman in the audience asked me where he could find my book, and I then realized that it’s almost impossible to find …
As you can tell, we’re doing renovations this week on brooklynparrots.com. Hope to have things up and running soon — thanks for your patience.
To contact the Brooklyn Parrot Society, please send email to stephencarlbaldwin (a t) gmail.com