How to save a tropical bird from extinction
A tropical bird is a species that’s usually found in the Caribbean, where it’s often hunted for its meat.
However, some people have decided that a species like this is not worth saving, even if it’s in their backyard.
So, in the middle of summer, a couple of friends decided to save an endangered species of bird called margarita bali, and they did so with a small group of people.
“The group of five friends decided it was time to get together and save margaritas,” explains the National Geographic video.
“And we were able to bring it back to life with a little help from a local man who helped us make it into a dinner.”
We all got to watch as the margarito bird got the chance to enjoy its favorite dish.
“The margariville balis are the only species of bali in the world that lives in the south Atlantic, but they have been suffering from a disease called chytrid herpes, which has killed about 60% of the birds.
The disease has been spreading in the region since the 1980s, when a massive outbreak swept through Miami.”
The team of five started by finding a nearby island and creating a plan for what they would do to save the birds, which they named the “Bali Camp.”””
This is really good news because it means margaritalaville can now live.”
The team of five started by finding a nearby island and creating a plan for what they would do to save the birds, which they named the “Bali Camp.”
“We were actually able to raise a lot of money by donating to a local charity,” Pacheca tells National Geographic.
“We raised enough money to buy a trailer to transport the bird to a safe location, and we made the plan to drive to the island to save it.”
The plan worked: the Bali Camp was able to return to life in the backyard of one of the friends, who was able help them put together a plan.
“After about two hours, we were in a safe spot and the bali came out,” Pachesco says.
“Then we just let it go.
There were no injuries, and it was ready to fly.”
The group took their bird to the zoo where they fed it food and put it to sleep, while the rest of the group watched on.
“If you can’t make it back in time, you can always get another margariti in your backyard,” Pachco adds.
“A margaritanaville is a bird that’s not usually seen in the wild, and in some places, it’s not even considered an endangered bird.”
It was not long before the Balis were back at their home in the Bahamas, where they were able have a reunion with their beloved margarites.
“A little while after that, we got another bird,” Poche says.
“Then the next week, we had a third bird, and then a fourth and finally a fifth.
After that, there were only six left.”