Tue, 15 Sep 2009 7:18p.m.
There was a time when the kakapo was the third most common bird in New Zealand, plentiful in both the north and south islands.
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16/09/2009 7:42:14 p.m.
Jessica Lynn wrote:
Great! you should have veiw on the Kakapo more.It is a facinating bird to hear about. I hope Sorocko will visit Auckland again sometime soon
16/09/2009 3:03:56 p.m.
I can't even get the video to play! I have tried clicking the links but it doesn't do anything. At the bottom where it says "Watch the video" there is no link. Any ideas? Thanks.
16/09/2009 10:39:39 a.m.
Debi Younce wrote:
I have always loved them but never imagined they were so big..what a luv.....
16/09/2009 10:12:05 a.m.
Roger Brebner wrote:
My viewing of John Campbell's video on the kakapo story (15'th Sept.)is constantly interrupted by a car advertisement ! Frustrating in the extreme. How can I watch it without the advt. ? Please help. Thanks.
16/09/2009 7:48:31 a.m.
Thomas Greve wrote:
It is all well and good that DoC are helping these birds, however the damage they are doing by dropping 1080 is outragous. Having just watched "Poisoning Paradise", I beg you to show the doco on TV3 to highlight just what 1080 does to our native birds, flora and forna. Admittedly, the doco needs to be professionally editted before viewing, but ALL NZers should see just what is going on.
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