target: John E. Scanlon, Secretary-General of CITES
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by March 19, 2014
This is a petition to help voice out the word Freedom for all African grey parrots out in the wild!
This is a petition that will allow African grey parrots to relate among themselves and to create their own enviroment which they truly belongs without feeling nervous or even fear of being capture in traps anytime and any moment at anywhere else in Africa!
Most importantly, this is a petition where we are telling bird traders around the world, across the continent,that we do NOT need to buy any wild-caught birds to satisfy and to fulfil our greedy desires. No species of any parrots deserves the sad ending of being roughly captured, illegal poaching or tracfficking at all!
Because it all boils down to deep hatred,disgust,frustration and condemnation for the cruel, rough mishandling of these poor parrots.
Please, everyone who has come across and take some of your precious time to read and help sign this petition,as each individual's efforts meant alot to these helpless Grey parrots!
Now is the time to set a precedent and protect African Grey Parrots from the exploitative wild-caught trade. Suspend the Democratic Republic of Congo and Cameroon from all trade of these animals; protect them before wild populations are unsustainably depleted and eventually become extinct!
We sincerely believes that our efforts and voices to help protect these parrots will not be fruitless and eventually they would have their piece of heaven that rightfully belongs to them!
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