The Native Bird Rescue conservation group has spotted a new Kākā nest at Rocky Bay beach that is now being monitored and is rehabilitating two other fledging pairs as a late season for the birds gets under way.

Native Bird Rescue founder Karen Saunders says that there has been an increase in kākā numbers which shows a positive future for the native species on the island. However, some precautions will need to be taken into consideration when interacting with these sociable creatures.

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