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Captive breeding helps New Zealand's threatened black stilts take flight
by Elizabeth Claire Alberts
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21 August 2020
On 21 August 2020 Mongabay reported:
Black stilts -- or kaki, in the Maori language -- are critically endangered wading birds, with fewer than 200 individuals remaining in the wild. The kaki once had an extensive range across both the North and South islands of New Zealand, but introduced predators greatly reduced wild populations of the bird. The Kaki Recovery Programme run by New Zealand's Department of Conservation aims to give a much-needed boost to wild populations, and so far, it seems to be working.
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