( CNN) Conservation efforts in New Zealand to save the flightless kiwi fowl have paid off, with two species — the Northern brown and the rowi — no longer at a high risk of extinction.

The IUCN is a global torso that evaluates the existential menace to various animals and plants. Their findings, published in Tokyo on Tuesday, assessed the status of 91,523 species, and observed 866 to be extinct.

However, the change in the situation of women the northern brown and rowi kiwis markings more than 25 years of successful conservation endeavors by the New Zealand government and community groups.