Endangered species, but I think only required for moving across state lines , or shipping, travel, and sale
NOTE: I’ve only had to do this from the USA. All these requirements are based on the USA’s requirements for traveling with exotic parrots. The first thing you need to know about your parrot is its scientific name. You can easily google this online. Here are some, as examples, of more popular...
Except from above linked article
" the CITES List
Some parrot species, although common as captive bred birds in the pet trade, are actually endangered species in the wild. These parrots are are included on CITES, the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species.
No matter how common a parrot is in captivity, if it is rare in the wild it is still classified as endangered by CITES. If your bird is one of the species on the CITES list, the law states that it must have leg rings or microchips to identify it, and all the correct breeders' paperwork too. In the USA this is issued by the US Fish & Wildlife Service (FWS). Breeders will have the relevant paperwork when you buy the bird ."
Not a complete list! Taken from linked article
- Mullocan (Salmon-crested) Cockatoo
- Lesser sulphur-crested (Yellow-crested) Cockatoo
- Citron (Citron-crested) Cockatoo
- Palm Cockatoo
- Lilac-crowned (Finsch’s) Amazon
- Mexican Red-headed (Green-cheeked) Amazon
- Hyacinth Macaw
- Scarlet Macaw
- Military Macaw
- Red fronted Macaw
- Blue-throated Conure
- African Grey "