Kea signage world first?

27 October 2017

TVNZ recently reported that, following the deaths of six keas on the roads, the NZTA has placed warning signs around the Otira Viaduct.

Once considered a pest, the kea population is now estimated to be just a few thousand.

Their cheeky natures and curiosity make them both beloved, and at risk. So, if you see a sign (believed to be the only ones of their kind in the world) please slow down.

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