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As a result of the success of the Psittacine Beak and Feather Disease (PBFD) Program, the Parrot Society established a Benevolent Trust, called the Parrot Trust of Australia.
It is a fitting culmination of our long-term commitment and contribution to parrot conservation, education and research.

It is the responsibility of all those passionate about Aviculture, to share an equal passion for the conservation of wild birds, and help support their longevity. Whilst disease is certainly a factor for concern, and requires a great deal of research, habitat loss in Australia is also significantly impacting our wild birds. Combining that with the threat of feral animal predation further signifies where The Parrot Trust of Australia can try to make a difference. 

So how do we raise money for The Parrot Trust of Australia? Up until now, some Members of The Parrot Society of Australia have donated during paying their Membership fees. Others through the purchase or sponsorship of The Parrot Trust of Australia Calendar. And obviously at the International Parrots Convention, The Parrot Trust of Australia Conservation Dinner and its subsequent auctions and raffles all go towards supporting The Parrot Trust of Australia. 


We have now launched a way that you can donate directly to The Parrot Trust of Australia, through our website. Every donation can go a long way. Here’s a couple of the projects we’ve supported through The Parrot Trust of Australia:

The Norfolk Island Green Parrot

This gorgeous little green parrot has needed help to save it from extinction twice now! The introduction of other Australian native parrot species, feral predation, shooting by early settlers, and of course habitat loss have all resulted in the decline of the Norfolk Island Green Parrot. We are proud to have made a contribution to the efforts, including translocation to Phillip Island to protect one of Australia’s most endangered birds.


The Golden-Shouldered Parrot 

One of the most colourful of our Australian Native parrot species, and one which is quite unique in its evolution and adaptation to living in the Northern parts of Queensland. The Parrot Trust of Australia has supplied feed directly to Artemis Station, which has directly supported the improvement of their population in that region. 

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