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It’s estimated there are fewer than 130 kakapos left in the wild. | 23 Things You Didn't Know About The Flightless Parrot Facing Extinction

It’s estimated there are fewer than 130 kakapos left in the wild. | 23 Things You Didn't Know About The Flightless Parrot Facing Extinction

Trevor the kakapo feeding on some fruit

Trevor the kakapo feeding on some fruit

This bird is a Kakapo, and he's one of a few. They are critically endangered and are also the largest parrots, as well as being flightless and nocturnal. They live in New Zealand.

This bird is a Kakapo, and he's one of a few. They are critically endangered and are also the largest parrots, as well as being flightless and nocturnal. They live in New Zealand.

Beautiful Birds

Beautiful Birds

Five recently fledged Kakapos a species of flightless nocturnal parrots

Five recently fledged Kakapos a species of flightless nocturnal parrots

Don Merton and "Richard Henry," a Kakapo

Don Merton and "Richard Henry," a Kakapo

avianawareness: ***My kakapo plush is now up to be voted on! HERE (FB)*** There is a challenging kakapo, but hey, kakapo love all around…! Vote for this adorable, adorable creature!

avianawareness: ***My kakapo plush is now up to be voted on! HERE (FB)*** There is a challenging kakapo, but hey, kakapo love all around…! Vote for this adorable, adorable creature!

Booming Kakapo numbers: “This year (2016) is looking like it could be our biggest year ever.” Andrew Digby, conservation scientist, Kakapo and Takahe Recovery Team

Booming Kakapo numbers: “This year (2016) is looking like it could be our biggest year ever.” Andrew Digby, conservation scientist, Kakapo and Takahe Recovery Team

Doc ranger Liz Whitwell reads the weight of a kakapo chick on Codfish Island. Photo by Stephen Jaquiery.

Doc ranger Liz Whitwell reads the weight of a kakapo chick on Codfish Island. Photo by Stephen Jaquiery.

One of the recent kākāpō to hatch on Whenua Hou/Codfish Island during the 2016 breeding season. Photo: Jake Osborne. #nzbirds

One of the recent kākāpō to hatch on Whenua Hou/Codfish Island during the 2016 breeding season. Photo: Jake Osborne. #nzbirds