A huge milestone for NEXT environmental initiative Project Janszoon. 24 kākā been have released into the Abel Tasman National Park in the hope they will breed and become a permanent feature in the Park. They have been released into an area with intensive trapping to increase their chances of survival. Early reports indicate they are settling in well – and are very noisy in the mornings! Robyn Janes produced this video about the journey from rearing to release.