SUPPORTING KEA

Only a few thousand left on the 'World's Most Intelligent Bird'

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Kea are highly intelligent, resilient, and curious birds, that also played an important role as 'cleaners' of the Southern Alps of New Zealand. They are even believed to be the "smartest birds in the world" by scientists.

Unfortunately, they are now an endangered species with approximately 5,000 remaining in the wild.

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Kea Conservation Trust works to support kea by identifying threats and reducing their impact on wild kea populations and advocating for best practice husbandry standards of kea held in captive facilities.

To find out more about Kea or the Kea Conservation Trust, visit their website:

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To help the species, dodoland is donating 10% net sales profit of our Kea EUGY directly sold in New Zealand, Australia, the United States, and online, to the
Kea Conservation Trust

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