Get active and take action today to save the Swift parrot: Protect their habitat, preserve their future.
Critically Endangered Swift parrots are the fastest parrot on Earth. They only breed in Tasmania’s native forests.
Swift parrots are at severe risk of extinction as logging in their breeding habitat continues.
In 2015 the International Union for Conservation of Nature listed the Swift parrot as critically endangered.
They also recommended that all public lands that support Swift parrots be placed under secure, permanent conservation management. This has not happened.
Our satellite surveillance revealed that more than 2 250 hectares of Swift parrot core range habitat logged since 2019.
Immediate end to native forest logging and secure protection of all Tasmania’s native forests on public land.
Immediate end to logging in all Swift parrot habitat.
Remove all swift parrot habitat from Forestry Tasmania “management”.
End native forest logging Australia-wide, including in all Swift parrot habitat in NSW, VIC and Tasmania.
Restore all areas of previously logged Swift parrot habitat.
Prime Minister Albanese & Tasmanian Premier Rockliff need to declare secure, permanent protection across all Swift parrot habitat in Tasmania; in the southern forests, on Bruny Island and the east coast.
If logging does not stop in Swift parrot breeding and foraging habitat today, the species will go extinct. The critically endangered Swift parrot will not survive further destruction of these forests.
The critically endangered Swift parrot will not survive further destruction of their forest habitat unless secure protection in conservation reserves occurs.
Our satellite surveillance of logging in Tasmania has revealed that since June 2019, 2,250 hectares of Swift parrot core habitat on public land in Tasmania has been logged.
Tasmania’s government has 13,027 hectares of Swift parrot habitat on 2023-2025 logging schedule.