Monitoring our littlest roroa.

Laura and Beth
Bethany Brett and Laura Molles catching up to change some recorders, and for a health check on the littlest roroa at Willowbank Wildlife Reserve. Bethany checks their ears, eyes, spine, feather condition and weight.

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