For the first time after 100 years, a night parrot was captured on camera.
In recent years, the number of extinct creatures has been increasing. However, thanks to wildlife enthusiasts, we are also hearing good news about the rediscovery of species thought to be extinct.
For the first time in 100 years, a species of parrot thought to be extinct actually exists and has been caught on camera at a conservation area in West Queensland.
The bird watchers had no idea what the night had in store for them. Four friends from Broome have wild bird watching experience.
During a bird watching trip that lasted 9 days, they heard a bird cry unlike any other lake they knew.
As they explain, it was a new sound, but they remained alert.
In the morning we found a night parrot with yellow-green and black feathers.
Since they always have cameras with them, the group immediately starts shooting the bird. The bird watchers were excited because they had been waiting for this moment for a long time.
These creatures are endangered and rarely seen.
This is a great opportunity to continue observing them and think about breeding the species.
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