Welcome to Lars Bodin’s Encyclopedia of Parrots.
All content is freely available to view online – you don’t need to register or pay anything, just feel free to browse the pages and see if you can learn something new! However, please notice that all content is copyright, so kindly ask permission before you copy or redistribute any content – and read this page about copyright first, thank you!
The first version of this encyclopedia was started in 1999 but in Danish only. In 2017 the encyclopedia went through a major update with a new modern layout, new content, new server etc. With the improved logging I became aware that the encyclopedia was visited by people from all over the world and I decided to start working on an English version; this work started in December 2017.
This encyclopedia currently describes 66 species and 137 pages with overview of the various genera, general information, English and latin index etc. Danish readers should check out the Danish version, which currently contain descriptions of 179 species and subspecies.
I will continue updating The Encyclopedia of Parrots with descriptions and photos of more species whenever I have some free time for this project. My ultimate goal is that this Encyclopedia will contain information and photos of all parrot species.
Any contribution to this encyclopedia is most welcome – especially high quality photos of any species that I am currently missing or where my photos are old low quality photos. Your photo(s) will be tagged with a copyright notice and also listed on the Thank You page.
If you notice any errors or miss some important information please feel free to contact me by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or write a comment on these pages (don’t worry if you can’t see your comment right away – all comments must be approved before being made public to avoid spammers).
If you are looking for a specific species try using the SEARCH button, which you will find in the upper right corner of every page.
This site is divided into four parts, which are easily accessed using the menu bar at the top:
On most pages you will see a MAIN INDEX button in the upper right corner – this will open the main encyclopedia index, where you find a list of all the genus. However, on pages describing a specific species the button will instead contain the name of the genus – clicking on a “genus” button will take you to a page describing all the species in that genus.
If you have any questions feel free to leave a comment or send an email to email@example.com