The work being done at this centre merits a lot of support. The Rowi Kiwi is a rare species and has been decimated by human-introduced species such as stoats. Visiting this place helps to make amends.
Eggs are collected, incubated and the chicks raised until large enough to go to predator free islands. The behind-the-scenes ticket is worth the additional price. Enthusiasm abounds. At the end of the breeding season there were only two chicks in situ. The information was excellent.
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