The kokako is also called the organ-bird because of its haunting, organ-like song which consists of loud, clear and melodious notes. Breeding pairs sing their own distinctive duets for half an hour at dawn, with other birds joining in the choir.
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Other Names and/or Listed subspecies:Group:
Diomedea bulleri, Buller's Mollymawk
BirdsStatus/Date Listed as Endangered:
Area(s) Where Listed As Endangered:
Antarctica, Australia, Chile, Ecuador, Falkland Islands (Malvinas), New Zealand, Peru, South Africa
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