The baby parrots were captured by poachers and intended to be put on the market.
But rangers rescued them, took them to a shelter in the middle of the jungle where they were fed with food they would normally eat in the wild.
When they were stronger, they were released back into the wild by the Cambodia Wildlife Sanctuary.
The Cambodia Wildlife Sanctuary is a one-million-acre jungle and wildlife conservation project. Founded in 2004 in partnership with the Cambodian government, the sanctuary provides protection nd rehabilitation for diminishing jungle habitat and wildlife, as well as employing and empowering the local community.