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A Rainbow of Parrots (Jean-Michel Cousteau…

A Rainbow of Parrots (Jean-Michel Cousteau Presents)

by Vicki León

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0976613425, Paperback)

Parrots are among the most beautiful — and endangered — creatures on the planet. Concentrating not on the familiar, tame, caged variety but on parrots in the wild, A Rainbow of Parrots features a dazzling display of beautiful birds. Color photographs reveal the bright splendor of macaws, the satin softness of cockatoos, the noble features of African grays, and more. Interesting facts describe parrots’ key place in the wild and their highly threatened status — as well as suggestions for what to do about it. Both celebration and resource, A Rainbow of Parrots features arresting images by 23 of the best bird photographers and shows young readers exactly how parrots live in their native habitat.

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Describes the behaviors, habitats and life cycles of parrots, cockatoos and macaws.

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