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The Kakapo is perhaps the strangest parrot in the world. Not only is it nocturnal, it is the only flightless parrot, due to it's heavy size and short wings. It also has a ring of sensory, whisker-like feathers around it's beak. The Kakapo is critically endangered - there are fewer than 150 individuals remaining. www.kakaporecover...

Kakapo in New Zealand. How cute is this? I don't even like birds!

Kakapo, large, flightless, nocturnal, ground dwelling parrot of New Zealand. Critically endangered, estimated 130 left. Has a highly developed sense of smell.

Kakapo: rare bird of NZ. There are only 62 left in existence. The name comes from the native Maori language, meaning “night parrot.”

Spix's macaws Felicitas (L) and Frieda sit on a branch in their aviary at the association for the protection of endangered parrots in Schoeneiche, eastern Germany. (Reuters)

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