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Ulva Island

Listed under Wildlife in South Island, New Zealand.

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Ulva Island is a bird sanctuary renowned for its guided walks. Because there are no predators on the small island, endangered birds have the opportunity to keep their populations thriving. From Kiwis to Wandering Albatrosses to Shining Cuckoos, the birds on Ulva Island come in a huge variety.

Ulva Bird Sanctuary Homepage.

Written by  Sarah Clise.

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