The Kakapo, or Owl Parrot, is a large flightless parrot that is endemic to New Zealand. It is critically endangered; as of April 2009 there were only 125 living individuals known.
Historically, the bird has been important to the indigenous people of New Zealand, the M?ori, appearing in many of their traditional legends and folklore.
Bird Terms: Nocturnal, Diurnal, and Other Active-Time Classifications
When most people think of owls, one of the facts that often comes up is that they are nocturnal. Nocturnal animals are most active during the night, sleeping by day. While most ... more