Posted: Friday, May 1, 2020. 6:04 pm CST.
By BBN Staff: The Toledo Institute for Development and Environment (TIDE) informed today that the terrestrial manager stationed at Payne’s Creek National Park who monitors the Yellow-headed parrot nest boxes noticed that the other boxes had been poached.
TIDE says that the chicks were saved from the fires currently raging and displacing many animals but not from human beings that have no respect for the protection of these tiny, helpless creatures.
“Working in the conservation field is no easy task and can be very discouraging at times. I applaud the TIDE team – the field staff who during rainy and sunny days monitor biodiversity and protect natural resources that we all depend on and technical and support staff who are on call 24/7,” TIDE said.
TIDE says that the poaching of the nest boxes and chicks has not made Labor Day the best holiday for the TIDE team.
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