Breeding success for rare kakapo

Subject: Breeding success for rare kakapo
From: Andrew Taylor <>
Date: Sun, 27 Mar 2005 08:43:29 +1000
Down on a lonely island off the southern tip of New Zealand, three new
kakapo have just been born.  These new chicks bring the total number of
one of the world's rarest birds to 86. ....


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