The Kakapo Parrot of New Zealand, Strigops habroptilus also called owl parrots are large, flightless, nocturnal, ground dwelling parrots that live in New Zealand. It is the world's only flightless parrot, the heaviest parrot, nocturnal, herbivorous, visibly sexually dimorphic in body size, has a low basal metabolic rate, no male parental care, and is the only parrot to have a polygynous lek breeding system. It is also possibly one of the world's longest-living birds

Kakapo Parrot or Owl Parrot. Super cool ground Parrot off the coast of New Zealand! Smells like honey, woofs like a dog, and "chings" like a cash register. Weighs about 8 pounds.

This chubby little bird is called the Kakapo-the world's only flightless parrot.

This chubby little bird is called the Kakapo-the worlds only flightless parrot. There is a great you tube video with Stephen Fry, a naturalist and an encounter with a kakapo.

Rare kappa. Largest and rare parot, in New ZEALAND.

Kakapo is a large, flightless, nocturnal, ground dwelling parrot of New Zealand. Critically endangered, as it's estimated that there are only 130 left. It has as a highly developed sense of

The Kakapo is the largest of the parrot species that is in danger of being  extinct.

Kakapo, large, flightless, nocturnal, ground dwelling parrot of New Zealand

Kakapo or Owl Parrot: Kakapo is a native bird of New Zealand. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Kakapo or Owl Parrot: Kakapo is a native bird of New Zealand.

Parrot Conservation and The Kakapo Parrot of New Zealand

Parrot Education Center

The Kakapo ( Strigops habroptilus) of New Zealand is a species of large, flightless, nocturnal, ground dwelling parrot. The species is critically endangered; as of February only 126 living individuals were known.

**Kakapo - One of the rarest birds of all is New Zealand's kakapo. which is flightless Only 124  remain in the wild—the species has been largely wiped out by introduced predatory mammals such as feral cats.

Kakapo (Strigops habroptila) - one of the rarest birds of all is New Zealand's kakapo. which is flightless Only 124 animals remain in the wild—the species has been largely wiped out by introduced predatory mammals such as feral cats.

Kakapo Parrot - Flightless Parrot - Nocturnal Parrot- From New Zealand - photo by zealandia

Kakapo Parrot - Rare Flightless Parrot - Nocturnal Parrot- From New Zealand - photo by zealandia

The New Zealand kakapo, a flightless, nocturnal bird that is the heaviest of all parrots.

The 100 most distinct and rare birds

fullmetal-ravioli: “The kakapo is a critically endangered species of large, flightless, nocturnal, ground-dwelling parrot of the super-family Strigopoidea endemic to New Zealand.

Kakapo - Strigops Habroptilus, from: New Zealand

the kakapo (strigops habroptila) is a flightless nocturnal parrot that lives in new zealand. today, however, there are only 126 kakapos left in the wild and each are named.

Feathers of the flightless kakapo are being flown around the world as part of a Massey biologist’s quest to understand the role of the critically endangered native parrot’s sense of smell and the power of male feather fragrance on breeding behaviour.

This is the kakapo. The most unique parrot in the world, successfully saved from the brink of extinction.

The Kakapo is a relatively large, flightless, nocturnal, ground dwelling parrot of New Zealand. Critically endangered, a population of 130 remaining is estimated. Has a highly developed sense of smell.

Here's a lovely kakapo photo from Codfish.

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