Save the Roger

posted on 30th of july, 2007

Have you noticed that since their heyday in the 1950s, the number of Rogers in captivity has steadily declined. There are thought to be less than 3000 Roger's left in New Zealand alone.

I think we need to turn this disturbing trend around. It's not too late. With your help we can save the Roger.

We need a local register of Rogers in your community, so if you are a Roger or you know someone named Roger please get them registered. We need to know what areas they live in, what their main diet consists of, and what condition they are in. Little is known about their actual courting and mating ritual, but it is believed to be similar to the ginger-haired in our communities.

New Parents - do your bit by naming your newborn boy or girl, Roger.

With your help we can save the Roger for future generations.

Comments (2)

Posted by Achilles on July 31, 2007
Are you related to puffins? :)
Posted by Roim on July 30, 2007
I am a Roger

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