Saving New Zealand's rare kiwi

Aided by a homing device, conservationists attempt to track down an endangered species of the flightless bird.

    Scientists in New Zealand are making huge efforts to ensure the survival of a rare bird, the kiwi.

    A five-year conservation project has managed to doubled the population of one of its species, the rowi.

    From the forests of Okarito on the country’s South Island, Al Jazeera’s Gerald Tan has the story.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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