11002-22115 Feral ferret (Mustela furo) female on braided riverbed. New Zealand supports the largest population of wild ferrets in the world. Many of our iconic native birds have been recorded as being killed on the nest by ferrets, including rarities such as royal albatross, yellow-eyed and little blue penguins, kiwi, our rarest wader, the black stilt in the Mackenzie Country, where this photograph was taken. Tekapo Riverbed.
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