A photograph of the critically endangered night parrot— rarely glimpsed by humans due to their nocturnal nature and small numbers— has been captured in Queensland.
Evidence of the critically endangered night parrot— rarely even glimpsed by humans due to their nocturnal nature and small numbers— has been recorded by Paruku rangers in Western Australia.
An array of complex clues has lead to the discovery of a very recognisable, bright green feather that ecologists say, belongs to the elusive night parrot.
Zoologists captured the call of the mysterious night parrot in audio recordings from southern NT.
The public can now listen to the calls of the elusive night parrot, presumed extinct until its sensational rediscovery in 2013.
Scientists have sighted and photographed a night parrot fledgling for the first time in a century.
Scientists have discovered a new population of night parrots in Diamantina National Park, giving a large boost to the known range of the critically endangered bird.
The 56,000 hectare Pullen Pullen reserve in western Queensland was established as a sanctuary in 2016. Containing the only known population of the endangered night parrots in the world, the reserves exact location remains unknown to the public as a precautionary measure. Read more about how the Pullen Pullen reserve in AG editor John Pickrell’s feature from AG#134, out now.