Parrots With Dr. Stojanovic
The small swift parrots are now at a great risk of getting done with their numbers in the world today.
These tiny endangered birds native to Southeastern Australia yearly they migrate to Tasmania to settle and breed. Surprisingly, this year they moved to a different place away from Tasmania. The place is full of sugar gliders.
Averagely, a half of adults of parrots, female, nesting in Tasmania get killed by sugar gliders yearly. A conservenist scientist from Australia National University, Dr. Stojanovic told Dodo that two years ago, the threat was because the parrots were critically endangered.