Saving rare New Zealand birds


This video is about New Zealand wildlife.

From the New Zealand Herald:

Falcons find an unlikely friend in the mohua

5:00AM Monday November 12, 2007

By Rebecca Fox

It is an unlikely partnership – the predatory New Zealand falcon and the endangered mohua – but they are thriving side by side.

The falcon, a species in gradual decline, and the mohua (yellowhead) are benefiting from a predator control programme in the Catlins River Walk area of the Catlins Forest Park in Southland.

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