Kakapo or Owl Parraot - native to new Zealand the kakapo is a nocturnal bird and the only flightless parrot in the world. As of Feb. 2010 there were critically endangered with only 100 known birds left
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 parrot from New Zealand. They are large, nocturnal, flightless parrots who are also incredibly endangered. Impossible to see them, but knowing such neat animals live in New Zealand makes me want to visit.
Kakapo: rare bird of NZ. There are only 62 left in existence. The name comes from the native Maori language, meaning “night parrot.” night parrot Kakapo (Strigops habroptila) - The world's heaviest parrot~