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Kaka Release At Mt Bruce Wildlife Centre

Published: Thu 14 Sep 2000 02:27 PM
Associate Conservation Minister Phillida Bunkle and tangata whenua will release kaka at Mt Bruce National Wildlife Centre tomorrow.
The kaka release programme was the first successful re-introduction of a native bird into mainland New Zealand, and acted as a forerunner to the mainland release of the Little Spotted Kiwi earlier this year. The kaka release programme is at the stage where additional birds are ready to be released into the forest.
Date: Friday, 15 September 2000
Location: Mt Bruce National Wildlife Centre, visitor centre
SH2, North of Masterton

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