24 Sep '11, 5pm

A boost for eco-tourism in the Cook Islands: A thriving population of Rarotonga Monarch is attracting increasing...

A boost for eco-tourism in the Cook Islands: A thriving population of Rarotonga Monarch is attracting increasing...

Situated in the south-eastern quarter of Rarotonga, capital of the Cook Islands, the Takitumu Conservation Area (TCA) covers 155 hectares of steep bush-clad hills rising to 220m high. Within it is found a thriving population of Rarotonga Monarch (or Kakerori) Pomarea dimidiata – once one of the rarest birds in the world. A new leaflet is attracting increasing numbers of eco-tourists to the sanctuary in search of the unique wildlife found there.

Full article: http://www.birdlife.org/community/2011/09/a-boost-for-eco...

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