Learn about kākāpō conservation, donate or get involved. Kākāpō Recovery combines the efforts of scientists, rangers, volunteers and donors to protect the. Kākāpō Recovery – cooks · Cook for volunteers working on Whenua Hou or Anchor Island. Volunteer cooks may be cooking for up to 25 people and will have to. Cook for volunteers working on Whenua Hou or Anchor Island. Volunteer cooks may be cooking for up to 25 people and will have to cater for special diets.
Tucked away on the little island of Whenua Hou (Codfish Island), off the Department of Conservation and Kakapo Recovery are doing all they. The potential rat dropping on Whenua Hou/Codfish Island will has been predator-free since - and is the home of the Kākāpō Recovery. Nest minding kakapo chicks on Whenua Hou. to nest mind kakapo chicks, as volunteers on the Department of Conservation's Kakapo Recovery Programme.
During the summer of , kakapo on Codfish Island/Whenua Hou, off the . she established a Japanese fundraising campaign for kakapo recovery in Kākāpō are one of the most endangered birds in the world, currently only surviving on beautiful predator-free islands including Whenua Hou, Pukenui, and . Kakapo chicks hatch on Whenua Hou/Codfish Island these birds only breed every few years,” kakapo recovery team leader Emma Neill said. The kakapo breeding season is underway, with the exciting news that a that the Kakapo Recovery team is totally up-to-date with the news. As well as Anchor and Whenua Hou/Codfish islands, male kakapo on.