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The kiwi is a unique and curious bird: it cannot fly, has loose, hair-like feathers, strong legs and no tail. Brown kiwi live in the North Island, there are four distinct forms, including the Northland brown kiwi.

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A Tauranga family had the “most amazing day ever” last week when they won the opportunity to release two kiwi chicks.

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To celebrate Save Kiwi Month today’s photo of the week is of one of the newest kiwi chicks to enter the world.

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Enjoy the personal experiences and insights of DOC staff working to protect kiwi…

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Today we shine the spotlight on some of the clever people who work with kiwi.

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Kindara the ginger kiwi is now big enough to fend off stoats and has been released back into the wild thanks to Operation Nest Egg.

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Paul O’Shea from Kiwis for kiwi takes us behind the scenes to see how the Save Kiwi Month video came together and disregarded that old piece of Hollywood advice that you should never work with children or animals.

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