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The Reel Life: King of the Birds edition

1 November 2018

After a long and combative campaign, the kereru has won the coveted position of New Zealand's Bird of the Year.

Put on by the conservation group Forest & Bird, the New Zealand Bird of the Year contest has grown in popularity every year, with the 2018 contest setting a record voter turnout of over 48,000 votes — not including nearly 2,000 fraudulent votes from Australia, where fans of the kaki, or black stilt, threatened the integrity of the contest.

The winning bird, the kereru, or New Zealand wood pigeon, ran a meme-rich campaign emphasizing its roundness, reclusivity, and penchant for getting drunk and falling out of trees — what the kids these days call "relatable content."

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, though she had supported the taiko during the contest, was quick to offer the kereru a gracious congratulations.

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