Stage two - returning kiwi to the wild
Step two - translocating juveniles back to the wild

Juvenile kiwi being released into the wild

When they are big enough, the founding population’s offspring will be harvested from each kōhanga, taken back to their region of origin and placed in predator-controlled wild habitat.

Kiwi on the move back to predator-controlled wild habitat.

Kiwi on the move back to predator-controlled wild habitat.

By 2050, we will have harvested at least 10,000 kiwi from kōhanga and released them back to the area their predecessors came from.