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Orange-bellied Parrot106419With fewer than 70 birds remaining in the wild, the critically endangered Orange-bellied Parrot (Neophema chrysogaster) is one of Australia’s most threatened bird species. 10/12/2021 1:12:59 AMThe critically endangered Orange-bellied Parrot (Neophema chrysogaster) is one of Orange-bellied Parrot - Tasmanian Program Biodiversity Monitoring Section Natural Values htmlFalseaspx
Record number of Orange-bellied Parrots migrate after breeding season902277Almost 200 Orange-bellied Parrots have begun migrating north after breeding season at Melaleuca in the state’s south-west, the highest number since monitoring began in the early 1990s.22/04/2021 3:31:03 AMOBP team member Dr Shannon Troy with a handful of baby Orange-bellied Parrots still a long way to go for the Orange-bellied Parrot to have a viable self-sustaining wild population htmlFalseaspx
About Orange-bellied Parrots178679Orange-bellied Parrots (OBPs) are coloured emerald/grassy green on their back, wings and flanks with a bright yellow chest, azure blue markings on their wings and brow, and a vivid orange patch on their belly8/02/2022 12:00:06 AMBlue-winged Parrots have superficially similar plumage to Orange-bellied Parrots Blue-winged Parrot (top left) shares a feeding table with Orange-bellied Parrots htmlFalseaspx
Success continues for Tas OBP Recovery Program3430Success continues for the Tasmanian Orange-bellied Parrot Recovery Program with 70 birds having returned to Melaleuca for the breeding season.23/12/2021 11:22:26 PMJust five years ago, the wild Orange-bellied Parrot adult population size was 17 birds, with and volunteers of the Department’s Orange-Bellied Parrot Recovery Team is essential for htmlFalseaspx
Swift Parrot107675Swift Parrot (Lathamus discolor) breed only in Tasmania, and their breeding range is restricted to areas in which the Tasmanian blue gum grows.10/11/2021 9:47:22 PMmeans there is less food for the swift parrots to eat during the breeding season and is the major reason for the swift parrot's decline htmlFalseaspx
Threatened Species Publications, Forms & Related Documents105929A list of publications, forms and other documents related to threatened plant and animal species.9/12/2020 10:36:28 PMWater and Environment has a published copy of the National Swift Parrot Recovery Plan The Newsletter of the Orange-bellied Parrot Recovery Program - July 2009   (489Kb htmlFalseaspx
Latest News106598Latest news and information of public interest from around the department.15/03/2022 10:16:59 PMDepartment of Natural Resources and Environment Tasmania search Search Submit Menu Almost 200 Orange-bellied Parrots​ have begun migrating north after breeding season htmlFalseaspx
Latest Updates179895The orange-bellied parrot updates include data about the current population - both in the wild and at the captive facility. It provides number like how many are currently in the wild, how many eggs have been laid, and how many hatchlings survived each season. 15/03/2022 9:53:04 PMWith the 2021-22 Orange-bellied Parrot breeding season coming to an end, the Orange-bellied Parrot Tasmanian Program has collated the data on This was the highest adult population htmlFalseaspx
Wildlife Health in Tasmania - Disease Information106564This Manual is for wildlife health managers specifically, and is also useful for the general public in identifying wildlife health issues and how to respond.18/11/2021 4:59:38 AMhave at times been described in threatened species such as the Orange Bellied Parrot Protocols for Captive and Wild Orange-bellied Parrots in Tasmania   (952Kb htmlFalseaspx
Volunteer News14890Latest News8/02/2022 11:57:30 PMDepartment of Natural Resources and Environment Tasmania search Search Submit Menu instrumental in on-ground monitoring as part of the Orange-bellied parrot recovery team htmlFalseaspx
Endemic Birds107414Tasmania has 12 species of birds which are endemic, or confined, to the State.10/02/2022 1:07:31 AMDepartment of Natural Resources and Environment Tasmania search Search Submit Menu Topics in this The endangered orange-bellied parrot and swift parrot are two such species htmlFalseaspx
Wildlife Biosecurity107160Information about wildlife biosecurity.7/08/2019 4:08:17 AMDepartment of Natural Resources and Environment Tasmania search Search Submit Menu and Disease Management Protocols for Captive and Wild Orange-bellied Parrots in Tasmania htmlFalseaspx
NRM Final Report 2004-2005: Threatened Species Section107291Report prepared by the Threatened Species Section of DPIWE for 2004-2005 using NRM funding.27/03/2018 12:31:24 AMthe nationally critically endangered Orange-bellied Parrot (Neophema chrysogaster) (South and for the nationally endangered Swift Parrot (Lathamus discolor) (3 NRM regions) through htmlFalseaspx
Vertebrates of Tasmania's Wilderness World Heritage Area107774List of vertebrates found in Tasmania's Wilderness World Heritage Area (WHA).10/10/2021 11:35:56 PMWestern paragalaxias), while the migratory Orange-Bellied parrot breeds only within the WHA within the WHA (Broad-toothed rat, Ground parrot, Southern emu-wren, Tasmanian tree frog htmlFalseaspx
Red-fronted Parakeet (Cyanoramphus novaezelandiae)178594An assessment of the risk of importing Red-fronted Parakeet (Cyanoramphus novaezelandiae) into Tasmania.7/01/2020 4:13:56 AMlikely to compete with the orange-bellied parrot, blue-winged parrot eastern rosella and green rosella for htmlFalseaspx
List of State and National Approved Recovery Plans107578Recovery Plans for listed threatened species.9/12/2021 5:20:31 AMDepartment of Natural Resources and Environment Tasmania search Search Submit Menu Topics in this Section The following Recovery Plans for listed threatened species have htmlFalseaspx
Complete List of Tasmanian Birds107413Complete list of Tasmanian birds, including threatened and rarely sighted species.15/04/2021 11:25:07 PMDepartment of Natural Resources and Environment Tasmania search Search Submit Menu Topics in this Section Swift parrot Lathamus discolor Orange-bellied parrot Neophema htmlFalseaspx
Indian Myna107122If the Indian myna were to become established in Tasmania it could outcompete endangered native bird species like the orange-bellied parrot. It is a major nuisance in urban areas and creates fire, vermin and disease hazards.5/05/2022 4:46:22 AMDepartment of Natural Resources and Environment Tasmania search Search Submit Menu Tasmania it could outcompete endangered native bird species like the orange-bellied parrot htmlFalseaspx
Threatened Species List - Vertebrate Animals107456Tasmanian vertebrate animal species listed as threatened.31/03/2022 3:33:32 AMDepartment of Natural Resources and Environment Tasmania Lathamus discolor Further Information Recovery Plan Swift Parrot BIRDS e CR Orange-bellied Parrot BIRDS e CR htmlFalseaspx
Lace Monitor (Varanus varius)178578Import risk assessment for Lace Monitor (Varanus varius).5/12/2017 4:37:59 AMSea-Eagle (Haliaeetus leucogaster), Orange-bellied Parrot (Neophema chrysogaster), Masked Owl (Tyto htmlFalseaspx