Save The Kiwi

Millions of kiwi used to roam Aotearoa’s forest floors. Today, that number hovers at around 68,000. Nationally, the kiwi population continues to decline at 2% annually – that’s around 20 birds a week. Save the Kiwi works alongside iwi, conservation groups, communities, organisations, and the Department of Conservation Te Papa Atawhai to reverse the decline of the national kiwi population and create more kiwi-safe habitat all over Aotearoa. The not-for-profit works to raise awareness of the kiwi’s plight, how important this taonga is to all New Zealanders’ identities, and what people can do to help. Find out more about Save the Kiwi at

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