Fewer than 150 birds left anywhere in the world

Meet Kyloring, the Western Ground Parrot

Kyloring is the Noongar name for the Western Ground Parrot. It is one of the rarest parrots in the world with a population estimated to be less than 150 birds. Found only in a remote Western Australian national park, the last wild population came close to being wiped by devastating bushfires.

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Who we are

We are a community group which formed in Albany in 2003, at a time when it had become very obvious that the Western Ground Parrot was in serious decline. In 2009 we became incorporated and have since become a registered charity listed on the Register of Environmental Organisations.

The main aim of our organisation is to raise awareness about the threat of extinction facing the parrots. We raise funds for recovery projects and lobby for government support. We are also a member of the South Coast Threatened Birds Recovery Team and assist the Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions in its recovery actions.

The Recovery Team regularly reviews its activities and priorities. These are used by the Friends to determine how our funds can be best used- see our Donation page for our current priorities.

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Saving Kyloring

Out of control bushfires, feral predation and climate change are the major threats facing the Western Ground Parrot. Bringing a critically endangered species back from the brink requires a team effort and Western Australia’s Parks and Wildlife Service, Perth Zoo, BirdLife Australia and our organisation, with the support from many others, are working together to prevent Western Australia’s rarest bird from becoming extinct.

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Join Us

Join us if you want to help save the Western Ground Parrot. Annual membership fees start at only $20.


Saving Kyloring Blog

Meet Chris Young

We have been adding short bios of our committee members so that you get to know us just that little bit better. Chris is a relatively new committee member with the Friends. To find out more about Chris and our other committee members, go to our committee page.

FWGP Newsletter – Spring 2020

Hi everyone, spring is in the air and so is the Friends of the Western Ground Parrot Spring 2020 Newsletter. You can access it online through this link or if you prefer, download a PDF version here.


Annual Membership – Single person or organisation

Membership for a single person or organisation.

20.00 A$

Annual Membership – Family

Membership for a family of 2 adults and 2 children under 18.

40.00 A$

Lifetime Membership – Single person or organisation

Membership for life,

250.00 A$

Membership is valid between 1 July to 30 June of the current year. Payment can be made by Credit or Debit card without PayPal account.
If you want to pay by cheque or direct deposit, click here to get in touch



FIll out the form below to let us know you are available as a volunteer. You can assist by raising awareness, raising funds and when available participate in field trips to assist on-ground implementation of recovery actions.


(C) DBCA Sarah Comer

Contact Us

Friends of the Western Ground Parrot Inc.
PO Box 5613
Albany, WA 6332


The Friends of the Western Ground Parrot are proudly supported
by the following organisations