IUCN threat status:

Endangered (EN)

Distribution

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Range Description

Apteryx rowi is locally common in native lowland forests in a small area of coastal forest inland from Okarito, on the west coast of South Island, New Zealand (Robertson 2013). They have recently been introduced to Mana, Motuara and Blumine Islands, in the Cook Strait region. Before human settlement of New Zealand the species was widespread throughout the northern South Island and into the southern North Island, as far north as Lake Poukawa (Hawkes Bay) (Robertson 2013). The population numbered c.375 in 2012, with the only breeding population at Okarito; island populations are used as creches or are only recently established (Robertson 2013).

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