The New Zealand Kaka is a parrot native to New Zealand and is listed as endangered.
Reasons for endangered status - Habitat loss, introduced predators (cats, rats, possums, stoats), competition for honeydew (from bees, wasp).
Conservation efforts - There programs in place that Building and establishing nesting boxes, Predator control, Planting food species, Growing food species in our nursery Monitoring of population, Education.
New Zealand Kaka Facts -
Sicene Name: Nestor meridionalis
Size: 45 cm
Weight: 390 - 560 g
Native Locations: New Zealand, Kapiti Island, Codfish Island, Little Barrier Island
Lifespan: 20 years
Population: less 10,000
Conservation status: Endangered (EN)
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