A cheeky Kaka at Mount Bruce wildlife centre, New Zealand


When having something to drink or eat on the terrace of the café at the Mount Bruce wildlife centre they warn you about the inquisitive Kakas (Nestor meridionalis) that fly around freely in the area. They even put Kaka repellent on the table, that visitors may use to protect themselves from those cheeky birds. Well, they're right! Even when you are warned they sneak upon you and try to steal your food. Let's put it like this – those birds keep you busy!(By the way, the repellent is just plain water in a hand sprayer)

Goal: 7000 tigers in the wild

Tiger range countries map


"Tiger map" (CC BY 2.5) by Sanderson et al., 2006.


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