Monday, 27 June 2016

Kākāpō

Kākāpō



Copy and paste the link below to your iPad for further information about the kākāpō.

http://www.doc.govt.nz/kakapo





Challenge:
In the comments section, record what you think are the 3 most fascinating facts about this native bird. Don't forget ... put your book away and write the facts in your own words!

NEXT  challenge:

On an iPad, with a buddy ... write a poem about the kākāpō.

13 comments:

  1. Kakapo are the heaviest parrot in the world. Males can weigh over 2kg
    A bird can walk several kilometres in one night.
    Kakapo once lived from near sea level to high in the mountains.
    Alice :)

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    1. Several kilometres in one night is along way when you have little legs like that! Thanks for being the first to complete this task, Alice.

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  2. Kākāpō must have a hard life with humans and only 125 of them😞
    Tyler Max.Y

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  3. 1. Kakapo are the heaviest parrot in the world
    2. Although it can't fly, it's a very good tree climber!
    3. A bird can walk several kilometres in a night.
    Alice and Bonnie 😀

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  4. The Kakapo can walk many kilometres in one night. Male kakapo can weigh up to 2 kg.

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  5. We enjoyed reading the threats of the Kakapo, we learnt that the kakapo was threatened by cats,rats and stoats. Olivia.C and Devina 🐀🐱😎

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  6. Kakapo facts
    Kakapos give birth every 2-4 years.
    Kakapos can't fly but are amazing at climbing trees.
    Kakapos are the heaviest species of parrots in the world.
    By Amelia.M🦄 and Izzy.S 🐤

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  7. The kakapo can walk many kilometres in a night. Male kakapo can weigh up to 2 kg Harriet

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  8. Facts
    1. A kakapo can't fly but honestly it is good at climbing trees.
    2.Many years ago kakapo could fly but now they can't fly even though they have wings.
    3.A kakapo voice is unusual because it is a donkey and a pig together.
    Neveah

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  9. Kakapo breed every 2 - 4 years
    The kakapo cannot fly but is good at climbing trees
    The kakapo learned to remain still (freeze) in times of danger
    Chelsea

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  10. Kakapo are the heaviest parrot in the world.
    Males can weigh over 2kg.
    Kakapo can walk many kilometres in one night.
    Kakapo is a very rare parrot so there are not so many left and only can be found in nz.Sophia.S

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  11. *The kākāpō can't fly
    *The kākāpō is the heaviest parrot in the world
    *All Kākāpō now live on Codfish and Anchor island.
    (Holly-Rose)

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