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Wilder review: A compelling look at how lost species are restored

The task of reintroducing near-extinct species to countries which have been suffering from conflict adds complexity to Millie Kerr’s rewilding story

Life 3 August 2022

By Jack Ashby

The k??k??p?? is a nocturnal, flightless parrot. And its strangeness doesn't end there. It's critically endangered and one of New Zealand???s unique treasures.Sirocco is a charismatic k??k??p??, national treasure and media superstar. He's also New Zealand's official Spokesbird for conservation.

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Millie Kerr

Bloomsbury Sigma

REWILDING is this type of popular topic there exists a steady blast of books about returning habitats to a far more natural version of themselves that it might almost turn into a separate literary genre. But Millie Kerrs Wilder: How rewilding is transforming conservation and changing the planet is distinguishable from the pack.

Instead of following the upshot of returning wolves to Yellowstone National Park in america, herbivores to Dutch marshes or beavers to British waterways, Kerr (a lawyer-cum-journalist)

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