The Kaharoa Kokako Trust is a group of volunteers dedicated to protecting kokako locally, thereby assisting recovery of the species nationa

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Conservation

Providing possum and rat control during the nesting season so kokako chicks can fledge.

Since 1997 the Kaharoa kokako population has increased from 12 breeding pairs to over 60 pairs of birds, with many juveniles coming on. This healthy population supplies surplus kokako for translocation to other protected areas of New Zealand.

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Kaharoa Kokako Trust

Charity
Bay of Plenty

Providing possum and rat control during the nesting season so kokako chicks can fledge.

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