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Caring for kākāpō and the native fauna of New Zealand

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Credit: Jake Osborne

The Dunedin Wildlife Hospital provides expert veterinary care for injured and sick native New Zealand wildlife, with the ultimate goal of releasing them back into their natural habitats.

With extinction threatening up to 80% of New Zealand's native wildlife, from kākāpō birds to sea lions, every mended bone and tended orphan could be the difference between a species thriving or dying out.

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The Dunedin Wildlife Hospital is a leading facility in New Zealand dedicated to the care of injured and sick wildlife. Their team of skilled veterinarians and volunteers work tirelessly to provide specialised treatment for a wide range of native species.

To find out more about kākāpō for the
Dunedin Wildlife Hospital, visit their website:


Credit: Jake Osborne

To help the species, dodoland is donating 10% net sales profit of our kākāpō EUGY directly sold in New Zealand, Australia, the United States, and online to
The Dunedin WildLife Hospital.


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