For the first time after 100 years, a parrot species was captured on camera.
In recent years, the number of extinct creatures has been increasing. However, thanks wildlife lovers, we are also hearing good news about the resurgence of endangered species.
For the first time in 100 years, an extinct parrot actually exists, it was photographed in the reserve of West Queensland.
The birdwatchers didn’t know what to expect at night. Four friends from Broom have experience spotting wild birds.
During a bird-watching trip that lasted nine days, they heard birds singing near a salt lake that was unlike any other sound they knew.
It was a new sound, they explain, but they were alert.
In the morning we found a night parrot with yellow-green feathers and plumage.
Since they always have cameras with them, the group immediately starts shooting the bird.
These creatures are endangered and rarely seen. They only live in Australia.
This is a great opportunity to keep up with them – to think about breeding the species.
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