Kererū lay one egg, which both adults take turns to incubate. Their large nests are little more than precariously stacked sticks which sometimes fall apart in the wind, dropping their precious cargo. When food is abundant, kererū may nest up to three times in a season.
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Photograph by Peter Morrison
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