Twenty critically endangered Regent Honeyeaters released into Hunter Valley wild

Conservationists are rejoicing following the successful release of 20 captive-bred critically endangered Regent Honeyeaters into the wild.

Fitted with tiny radio transmitters and colour bands to track their movements, the birds were released at a location in the Hunter Valley where BirdLife Australia has been working with landowners and local authorities to permanently protect critical habitat for the bird for over a decade.

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