New Zealand loves its native birds and is working hard to protect them. They have a big goal to remove rats and other predators from the entire country by 2050. In Miramar, near Wellington, volunteers from Predator-Free Miramar come together to help. They wear bright jackets and use bait and poison to catch rats. They check for traps and use a special app to guide them. It’s not easy, but they are determined to succeed.

New Zealand is committed to saving its birds by getting rid of harmful animals. They have until 2050 to do this. Birds in New Zealand are in danger because of animals from other places and people building houses. But New Zealand won’t give up. They want to restore balance to nature and protect their precious birds. Their efforts show how much they care about their unique wildlife and the future of their country.