Home - Indonesian Parrot Project
Title: Home - Indonesian Parrot Project
Description: Home - Indonesian Parrot Project Facebook Twitter About IPP What We Do: Our Mission Who We Are Supporters In Loving Memory Notes from the Field Media Press Releases Articles Improving the Lives of Com is ranked 15036121 in the world (amongst the 40 million domains). A low-numbered rank means that this website gets lots of visitors. This site is relatively popular among users in the united states. It gets 50% of its traffic from the united states .This site is estimated to be worth $8,069. This site has a low Pagerank(0/10). It has 1 backlinks. has 43% seo score. Information

Website / Domain:
Website IP Address:
Domain DNS Server:, Rank

Alexa Rank: 15036121
Google Page Rank: 0/10 (Google Pagerank Has Been Closed) Traffic & Earnings

Purchase/Sale Value: $8,069
Daily Revenue: $22
Monthly Revenue $663
Yearly Revenue: $8,069
Daily Unique Visitors 2,034
Monthly Unique Visitors: 61,020
Yearly Unique Visitors: 742,410 WebSite Httpheader

StatusCode 200
Content-Type text/html; charset=UTF-8
Date Fri, 05 Aug 2016 12:00:45 GMT
Server Apache/2 Keywords accounting

Keyword Count Percentage Traffic Sources Chart Similar Website

Domain Site Title Alexa Rank History Chart aleax Html To Plain Text

Home - Indonesian Parrot Project Facebook Twitter About IPP What We Do: Our Mission Who We Are Supporters In Loving Memory Notes from the Field Media Press Releases Articles Improving the Lives of Companion Parrots Contact Us Home Projects Project Abbotti Kembali Bebas Avian Rescue and Rehabilitation Center Conservation – Awareness – Pride Community Economic Development Eco Tours Get Involved Donate Become a Member Volunteer Photos & Videos Wild Parrots Indonesian Culture Trapping & Illegal Trade DONATE Select Page Indonesian Parrot Project Working together to protect the parrots of Indonesia. 3 Only 22 of these rare Abbotti Cockatoos exist in the wild. The Abbotti Cockatoo (C. sulphurea abbotti) is found only on one tiny island in the Masalembu Archipelago. Originally discovered by D.L. Abbott in 1907 up until the 1980s there were large numbers of birds. At one point, the Abbottis had reached a low of five cockatoos, making them the rarest cockatoo. From a low of 5, with the combined efforts of IPP and KKI, and your support, they have steadily fought their way up to 22 cockatoos—still a very dangerous number, but in the world of parrot conservation, a very encouraging one. Will you help them? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . How we are making a difference Our work is focused on four main areas: conservation, rehabilitation & release, education and economic development. Project Abbotti Abbotti cockatoos (Cacatua sulphurea abbotti) were and still are, one of the rarest and most threatened cockatoos in the world. They are now only found on Masakambing Island in the Masalembu Archipelago located deep in the Java Sea. The non-stop decline in their population reached a low of 5 individuals in 1997 and they seemed on the road to extinction. In October 2015 during our visit to Masakambing, we did not conduct a formal census but we estimated the current population to be 17 to 22 individuals. Learn More Kembali Bebas Rehabilitation & Release Centre Over the last 12 years, Indonesian Parrot Project & PPS Seram has released over 1200 birds back to their forest homes. On October 25, 2015, nine Seram cockatoos were released back into the wild. During our October ecotour, our guests were very excited to be able to witness this monumental event for the cockatoos. The release cage was deep within the confines of the National Park and we huddled together in blinds waiting to see what would happen. Learn More CAP Education Program The ability of measures such as interdiction of bird trapping and smuggling and the use of ecotourism to provide alternative means of support for former bird trappers can have only a circumscribed impact on the conservation of endangered species of parrots. A much more meaningful approach would be to change the attitudes and economic conditions which culminate in bird trapping as an economic necessity which is socially acceptable. To do this, we must target not only the adults in the villages, but especially the children – the future generations – and get them directly involved. Learn More Economic Development for Local Communities The Indonesian Parrot Project is proud to be partnering with Planet Indonesia to create sustainable development for the local communities in the areas where our projects are located. IPP facilitates a participatory process to design and establish small business groups that directly address the community’s needs and operate based on local values, traditions, and customs. Planet Indonesia’s experience will provide skill training, mentoring, services, and motivation for communities to realize the sustainable profit-making possibilities within their environment. Learn More . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Message from Joan Tilke and a Tribute from IPP Joan and Gerry My first encounter with a Moluccan cockatoo was at the San Diego zoo in 1971, when “King Tut” was the greeter at the entrance. He had been wild caught by Frank “Bring ‘em back alive” Buck in the 1920’s (Tut is credited with being the longest-living cockatoo at 103 yrs). But my interest in parrots went back further, to growing up in England and getting my first budgie at age 10. Nipper was playful and tame, and she survived the lean war years, when budgie seed was very difficult to obtain. Later, I met and married Gerhard, whose nickname was Gerry. When Gerry and I were married, we had another budgie, a cockatiel, an Edward’s lorikeet ( a rescue from an alley market in Hong Kong) and an Australian Galah. The Lorikeet and the Galah were with us in Kuwait when it was invaded by Iraq in 1990 – luckily they were taken in by local friends and we retrieved them in Amman, Jordan, in 1991. In 1995 we acquired Sammy a Moluccan cockatoo; Sammy was hatched in Oregon and weaned in 1995 at five months old. Nearly twenty-one years later, she is still my companion. Around 1998 I read an article in “Bird Talk” magazine by Dr. David Waugh (Edinburgh zoo and Loro Bird Parque in Tenerife) about the efforts of Project Bird Watch (now called the Indonesian Parrot Project ) to help save the parrots of Indonesia, especially the endangered Moluccan cockatoo of Seram. Dr. Stewart Metz contacted me soon after and I started working on some batik projects for the cause. I had learned the craft at the Batik Centre in the Indonesian Embassy in Singapore, where we lived for a while. The Batik Centre displayed traditional batik, held art shows and gave professional instruction to students. Gerry was a great help in preparing my paintings for display on the Project Bird Watch website [see accompanying photo of Joan and Gerry] Before “discovering” batik, I studied fine art extensively in England, Canada and later in the U.S. and Hong Kong. Gerry passed away in 2012, and I have retired from painting, but we thoroughly enjoyed the years we were involved with projects for Dr. Metz. Note from the Associate Director: Joan is quite modest—her batiks are breath-taking and one can hardly appreciate their complexity of color in a website. Joan allowed us to sell much of her work, and generously gave any profits to us to help support our work in Seram. Her designs appear on t-shirts, greeting cards and other items, but her masterworks are the oversized comforters for which she made the batik design. The batik design was then put onto comforters by renowned Bali batik artists. Although we can describe Joan’s artistic products, we cannot quantify Joan’s dedication to the cause of endangered cockatoos. She is a very special person. Eco Tour Fall 2016 IPP’s 2016 eco-expedition will take place in September. It will include visits to Bali, Masalembu, East Papua, and Seram. It will be a rugged trip. We are putting together costs and final itinerary now. If you have any questions about this trip or questions in general about travel to Indonesia, please contact Bonnie Zimmermann. Learn More An incredible photo taken by Mandy Andrea on the island of Batanta in West Papua on an eco-expedition. Want to do more for Indonesian cockatoos & parrots? The growing support for Indonesian Parrot Project has been truly exciting. We invite YOU to become a member of Indonesian Parrot Project and join us in this unique opportunity to directly help the native Indonesian cockatoos and parrots. Get Involved with IPP Today! Indonesian Parrot Project | Project Bird Watch We are an all volunteer 501(c)3 California nonprofit tax-exempt organization. Indonesian Parrot Project 1111 Deputy Drive Pope Valley, CA 94567 Phone: (707) 965-2538 EIN: 33-0861489 View our Silver Level Guidestar Profile. About IPP What We Do: Our Mission Who We Are Notes from the Field Contact Us Media Press Releases Articles Improving the Lives of Companion Parrots Facebook Twitter ? Copyright 2016 Indonesian Parrot Project - Project Bird Watch | Website designed by Cheryl Rutherford Pin It on Pinterest Whois

Domain ID: D87617551-LROR
WHOIS Server:
Referral URL:
Updated Date: 2016-07-06T20:55:10Z
Creation Date: 2002-06-17T19:14:32Z
Registry Expiry Date: 2017-06-17T19:14:32Z
Sponsoring Registrar: Tucows Inc.
Sponsoring Registrar IANA ID: 69
Domain Status: ok
Registrant ID: tu9TtzkshgG6t6Cw
Registrant Name: Project Bird Watch
Registrant Organization: Project Bird Watch
Registrant Street: 4613 121st Ave SE
Registrant City: Bellevue
Registrant State/Province: WA
Registrant Postal Code: 98006
Registrant Country: US
Registrant Phone: +1.4253731441
Registrant Phone Ext:
Registrant Fax:
Registrant Fax Ext:
Registrant Email:
Admin ID: tuJC3Mx50CauYqfQ
Admin Name: Stewart Metz
Admin Organization: Stewart Metz
Admin Street: 4613 121st Ave SE
Admin City: Bellevue
Admin State/Province: WA
Admin Postal Code: 98006
Admin Country: US
Admin Phone: +1.4253731441
Admin Phone Ext:
Admin Fax: +1.2084450898
Admin Fax Ext:
Admin Email:
Tech ID: tubXaPnQpC2gtAqv
Tech Name: Emily H.
Tech Organization: Emily H.
Tech Street: 4613 121st Ave SE
Tech City: Bellevue
Tech State/Province: WA
Tech Postal Code: 98006
Tech Country: US
Tech Phone: +1.4254669628
Tech Phone Ext:
Tech Fax:
Tech Fax Ext:
Tech Email:
Name Server: NS2.IPOWER.COM
Name Server: NS1.IPOWER.COM
DNSSEC: unsigned
>>> Last update of WHOIS database: 2016-08-13T02:41:41Z <<<
For more information on Whois status codes, please visit
Access to Public Interest Registry WHOIS information is provided to assist persons in determining the contents of a domain name registration record in the Public Interest Registry registry database. The data in this record is provided by Public Interest Registry for informational purposes only, and Public Interest Registry does not guarantee its accuracy. This service is intended only for query-based access. You agree that you will use this data only for lawful purposes and that, under no circumstances will you use this data to(a) allow, enable, or otherwise support the transmission by e-mail, telephone, or facsimile of mass unsolicited, commercial advertising or solicitations to entities other than the data recipient's own existing customers; or (b) enable high volume, automated, electronic processes that send queries or data to the systems of Registry Operator, a Registrar, or Afilias except as reasonably necessary to register domain names or modify existing registrations. All rights reserved. Public Interest Registry reserves the right to modify these terms at any time. By submitting this query, you agree to abide by this policy