New Zealand, you’re alright.
What other country, teeming with magnificent, yet sadly endangered wildlife, would have an annual bird of the year competition?
Perpetual natural paradise New Zealand has announced the winner for the country’s 13th bird of the year, awarded to the world’s only alpine parrot, the kea.
What’s a kea? It’s an unusual olive-green parrot found in the country’s southern alps, known for its intelligence, cheekiness, and curiosity — something that can “get them into trouble,” according to the BOTY website. Read more…
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