Kākāpō

Strigops habroptilus

New Zealand

Critically Endangered

Approx. 211 left

Kākāpō

Strigops habroptilus

The world’s heaviest parrot, this large flightless bird has super strong legs for climbing trees and hiking long distances. However, these are no defence against introduced cats and rats. Despite living up to 90 years, there are now only around 211 birds left in existence.

Learn more about the Kākāpō

Chap. i - Who we are

Living in balance with nature

Numbat © Wayne Lawler / Australian Wildlife Conservancy
Numbat © Wayne Lawler / Australian Wildlife Conservancy

Chap. ii -What We Do

Conservation, Science & Stories

Aye-Aye © Nick Garbutt
Aye-Aye © Nick Garbutt

Chap. III - Play Kakapo Run

Play the game. Support the survival of the species!

Chap. IV - Animal EDGEucation

Start your #AnimalEDGEucation

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