BRI Reports and Articles

On the BRINK

Bird Recovery International has been a leader in developing a new approach for the viable reintroduction of captive bred and specially trained birds back into natural habitats. Called Bird Recovery Initial Nurturing Kernel (BRINK), this is a population stabilization management approach that focuses on maximizing individual survivability for captive bred birds when reintroduced back into the target natural habitat.



Thick-billed Parrot Conservation in the USA: Exploring the options

Posted: March 13th, 2014 | Category: Reports
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Letter from Congressman Ron Barber

Posted: November 19th, 2013 | Category: Projects, Reports
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Arizona Congressman Ron Barber sends letter on behalf of BRI to Department of Interior.

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Letter of Support Congressman Ron Barber, Oct 8, 2013

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Thick-billed Parrot Sightings Map

Posted: October 2nd, 2013 | Category: Reports

This map tells a very different story then the accepted version. We have found documented sightings of Thick-billed parrots much farther north than generally believed, also within West Central New Mexico and West Texas. Sightings are marked with red pins, artifact and bird remains are marked with green pin. Click on individual sightings in map legend to view source documentation.

Battling The Bureaucracy, Part 2

Posted: September 4th, 2013 | Category: Reports

Chris Biro Files Notice of Appeal

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Battling the Bureaucracy

Posted: September 4th, 2013 | Category: Reports

 

Arizona Game & Fish Denies Wildlife Holding Permit for Thick-billed Parrots

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