Being a kakapo ranger is a bite like looking after a celebrity's child there always in the spotlight and need the utmost care to thrive these hand-reared chicks were getting ready to be released into the wild on anchor island. There were l50 kakapo but then 100 kakapo died and there is only 50 kakapo left And they are still alive and they are still in danger.
I am going to tell you about myself. My name is precious. I live in Glen Innes. I go to Pt England school which is in Auckland New Zealand. At pt England school we do our work on iPads. my favourite food is chocolates. My favourite animal is lions i really like to play with my family can you tell me something interesting about yourself I am good at writing.
We saw water bottles and pipes also we saw birds and pukekos and also yucky water was coming out of the pipes. Trees Omura Creek
On Friday room 11 went to Omura creek and we went to go and see what it looks like. After our karakia. then we did our mihi and after our mihi we sing a really beautiful waiata. and we did a little bit of work and then we went to the creek. We have to keep our water clean and the birds and pukekos safe.