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Enicognathus leptorhynchus

Loros Choroy

Many Choroy parrots live nowadays at the Refuge. The majority of them ended up here due to illegal possession in different places of the country, so they arrive with stress issues and imprint (attachment or dependency) with humans.

At the Refuge we work in their rehabilitation constantly, but this process is very slow since these are animals that need to form flocks of many individuals in order to be released and they all have to be physically and psychologically rehabilitated.

Some of them cannot be released, nevertheless, at the Refuge they have a nice home where they leave peacefully and with enough space for them to develop in the best way possible.

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