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Macaw Recovery Network

Joined in June 2019

About Us

Macaw populations have declined significantly over the past decades. The main causes are illegal poaching for the pet trade and the loss of mature forest habitat, which they rely on for feeding and nesting. MRN's vision is to see a future with thriving parrot populations in healthy, connected forests, across their former ranges. 

Macaw populations have declined significantly over the past decades. The main causes are illegal poaching for the pet trade and the loss of mature forest habitat, which they rely on for feeding and nesting. MRN's vision is to see a future with…

Issue Areas Include

  • Animals
  • Environment & Sustainability
  • Volunteering

Location

  • Punta Islita de Nandayure and Pangola de Sarapiqui, Punta Islita, None 10203, Costa Rica

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