The kakapo, a flightless parrot from New Zealand, was nearly extinct but thanks to conservation efforts, their population is now growing.
The flightless Campbell teal, once extinct on Campbell Island, has made a successful comeback thanks to conservation efforts and rat eradication.
Endangered Titicaca flightless grebe faces threats from fishing nets in Peru and Bolivia's Lake Titicaca, endangering its survival.
Beloved flightless kiwi birds face threats from introduced predators in New Zealand, but conservation efforts aim to protect their forest habitat.
Guam rail, once extinct in the wild, has been reintroduced to nearby islands through captive breeding programs, offering hope for its conservation.
Cassowaries: flightless, powerful birds with unique features like a casque on their heads. They are native to New Guinea and Australia, known for their speed and strength.
Weka: Feisty, curious flightless birds known for stealing and hiding objects. Vulnerable species facing threats from various sources.