Ara_ararauna_Luc_ViatourSince the formation of The Amazona Society U.K. One of the main aims has been to raise funds to support conservation, we categorized this into three areas as shown.
1. To support conservation programs associated with the Genus AMAZONA.
2. Aid and promote research into the species.
3. Facilitate the exchange of information about the needs and behaviour of the species both in their natural enviroment, as pets, and as part of breeding programmes.

1994
1. towards research into the Yellow Naped Amazon(Amazona Auropalliata Auropalliata) conducted by Dr Ann Brice.
2. To adopt a pair of Lilacine Amazons (Amazona Autumnalis Lilacina) at Chester Zoo.
3. Towards publishing a Husbandry Guideline booklet (issued free to all members joining the society)
4. Towards printing a free leaflet for the general public entitled The Amazon Parrot. Helpful Hints.
5. to purchase a copy of the Red Data Book

1995
1. To the National Trust of the Cayman Islands towards the 1997 census of the Cuban Amazon (Amazona Leucocephala Hesterna) in the wild. The proposer of the project Mr D. Ford, from Birds Eye View Cameras donated a further.
2. Towards research into the Red Lored Amazon family (Amazona Autumnalis) at the Sir John Moore University, Liverpool.
3. To adopt a pair of Lilacine Amazons (Amazona Autumnalis Lilacina) at Chester Zoo.
4. Donated to the N.C.A.

1996
1. Towards research into Macaw Wasting dIsease, being conducted by Mr N. Harcourt-Brown (as this disease has now been diagnosed in Amazon Parrots)
2. adopt a pair of Lilacine Amazons (Amazona Autumnalis Lilacina) at Chester Zoo.
4. Donated to Birdlife International

1997
1. To adopt a pair of Lilacine Amazons (Amazona Autumnalis Lilacina) at Chester Zoo.
4. To provide a supply of second edition The Husbandry Guidelines given free to all new members.
No other projects were proposed by members in 1997