Kaka party at Woodlands

Kaka are not common away from the big forest areas but a few visit the Waikato countryside every winter.

Three have been resident at Woodlands for the last couple of months or so, and today N8N went on a kaka hunt.

All three were feeding together not far from the homestead.  Rather close to the cafe, as the kaka flies…

 

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Number 8 Network - a community website for the rural areas northeast of Hamilton, NZ, is run by Gordonton journalist/editor Annette Taylor.

2 thoughts on “Kaka party at Woodlands

  • August 10, 2011 at 2:19 pm
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    Awesome! Exciting to have them in our countryside and not just in relatively remote reserves like Maungatautari.

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  • August 15, 2011 at 9:22 am
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    Good on the kaka! I have a special connection – as a wee lad I was a boy scout . . . and a member of my troop’s kaka patrol!

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