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The competition, held by the Royal Forest and Bird Protection Society of New Zealand, asks the public to cast one vote for their favourite endangered bird, and voting closes today. A tweet with a screenshot of a New Zealand Herald article about the topic has gone viral on Twitter with more than 5, retweets.
In a video posted on the New Zealand Herald's Facebook page, Lane is seen saying: "What is incorrect about that statement? It's fat. It's flightless. What's interesting is that we don't have any native land mammals other than two species of bat, so birds are a huge part of New Zealand, and part of our identity.
We call ourselves Kiwis We all have a story to tell about a bird. Collins said that although she receives a few messages and emails of frustration each year, has seen her inbox flooded with people asking why their bird isn't included in the competition, or "why the albatross species are split up".
They are in crisis. It's a silly campaign with a serious message and if there's one thing people can take away it's that they can make a difference to protect their nation's birds. The results of the competition were announced on Tuesday morning, with the kea taking the title of the Bird of the Year for The large green mountain parrot received more than 7, votes to put it in first place.
This was followed by the kereru with 4, votes, and the kakapo with 2, votes. Contact Kassy Cho at kassy. Got a confidential tip?