The time between our last report in September 2021 and the present is a quieter time for One Earth Conservation’s yellow-headed amazon project. This is because the breeding season is over and our annual parrot count was completed in July 2021.
Currently, project participants are in the process of installing 10 nest boxes in one of the project communities. These are needed, because there is a shortage of trees for nesting due to the hurricanes and habitat loss. The next nesting season will begin in February 2022 and we hope to achieve even better results this year, with more nests and people being supported.
In the meantime, our government partner in Guatemala, CONAP, continues to patrol the project area, as you can see in the two photos included with this report.
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