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1921
The year kererū gained total protection
21
The number of years kererū can live
1
The number of eggs laid per clutch
18,981
The total number kererū counted in The Great Kererū Count 2018

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Kererū Discovery

Counted 12 kereru at Tāwharanui Regional Park on Saturday. Most of them were busy doing what they do best- working on berry consumption! Love these gorgeous birds 🌿 ... See MoreSee Less

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Harriet Howard

Counted 12 kereru at Tāwharanui Regional Park on Saturday. Most of them were busy doing what they do best- working on berry consumption! Love these gorgeous birds 🌿 ... See MoreSee Less

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5 days ago

Kererū Discovery

Some fine winter plumpness and early morning bed hair 😅 ... See MoreSee Less

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6 days ago

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m.facebook.com/jmulliganrnz/photos/a.1609952959278551/2308570002750173/?type=3&source=48Another stunner from 12 year old wildlife photographer Jack Aubin ... See MoreSee Less

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Kererū Discovery

Kereru like 'Uenuku' (pictured below) along with other native birds are vital to the pollination and dispersal of seed for most NZ native plants. Help scientists and conservationists form a picture of the health of our environment by participating in the 'NZ Garden Bird Survey' this year. The survey involves sitting (possibly with a cuppa) in your favourite spot outside identifying and recording the birds in your area. The survey runs from 29th June - 7th July and you can download all the information needed to get started from the link below. Let's get ready to help our natives!

www.landcareresearch.co.nz/science/plants-animals-fungi/animals/birds/garden-bird-surveys
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