The year kererū gained total protection
The number of years kererū can live
The number of eggs laid per clutch
The total number sighted in The Great Kererū Count 2015


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It's nature...(Hawk vs Kereru) I was island hopping yesterday and on the back dirt roads of Waiheke Island I noticed lots of white feathers on the road - and then spied this Hawk (Swamp Harrier/ Kahu) on the side of the road in the shadows. The carrion looked like Kereru (wood pigeon). Interestingly the Hawk has a white patch on top of his head - (not Kereru feathers) - more hand bag swinging maybe? S Dale Bowman ? Oxford Bird Rescue (fuzzy pics taken through car windscreen so not to disturb the Hawk)

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One muddy little Kereru is now eating by itself! <3

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I came across the pair of kererū that I managed to hand feed the other week, both perched in the same tree again. The kererū on the top started cooing as soon as I started walking up to the tree - as if to say hi :) ... See MoreSee Less

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Looking a wee bit brighter this morning after food and a night beside the fire. Still a long ways to go though.

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This is one very unlucky/lucky kererū that was found stuck in thick mud in the middle of a swede paddock – Now in good hands with Nik from PK so here is hopping it pulls through ... See MoreSee Less

This very sad (and muddy) looking wee Kereru was found last night in a bit of a predicament... He was stuck in a muddy bog in the middle of a swede paddock! He is very thin so please keep fingers crossed!

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