Nēnē is an endangered bird derived from the Canadian Goose. They measure between 24-27 inches in length and has a black bill and head, buff cheeks, buff neck along with dark furrows and webbed black feet.
In case you didn’t know yet, the reduction of webbing in the middle of their toes as well as the upright posture allows them to walk easily on the rocky lava flows.
They are frequent residing in golf courses, grassland, scrubland, and vegetated slopes in a lowland country. Their diet includes herbs, seeds of grasses, buds, leaves, fruits and flowers and several plants too.