Kea conservation is not just for adults – kids are helping kea too!
The fact is that kea are alot like kids – they are curious, like to play, have families, and sometimes even get into a little bit of trouble (without meaning to!); and often, they are misunderstood.
So who better to spread the message about what kea are about, than kids?!
If you would like to find out some fun facts about kea, or get involved in some exciting activities to help our feathered friends, this is the page for you. You can also watch kea videos from our LEARNZ virtual field trip here and find out what other kids have been doing to help kea.
And if you would like to do more, you can also become a Kea Explorer and teach your friends, family and community all about kea!
And if you want to make a statement, get your parents to get you a Kea Conservation T-shirt and show others how you feel about kea or download this free kea mask to colour in and wear from the Department of Conservation website!