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Rare kiwi released at West Coast sanctuary - Radio New Zealand

Thu, 13/04/2017 - 7:14pm

Radio New Zealand

Rare kiwi released at West Coast sanctuary
Radio New Zealand
The juvenile adult tokoeka kiwi, returned to the Haast Kiwi Sanctuary, were removed as eggs to be safely hatched at the West Coast Wildlife Centre. The Haast tokoeka and its ... A community event was held in Haast today for the release of the birds ...

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No gain without pain - NZ Business

Wed, 22/03/2017 - 2:12pm

NZ Business

No gain without pain
NZ Business
Its story is its biggest drawcard: four iconic high country sheep stations over 155,000 acres; Mutt Lange's vision to regenerate the land including an endangered native bird breeding programme and the planting of over 1,350,000 native trees and shrubs ...

WhoWho the baby owl back into the wild after being abandoned - TVNZ

Sat, 04/03/2017 - 11:02am

WhoWho the baby owl back into the wild after being abandoned
TVNZ
The morepork chick faced the prospect of predators on the forest floor. Source: 1 NEWS. WhoWho the morepork chick was discovered by school children from Taniterori School, near Whangarei. Robert Webb, Whangarei Native Bird Recovery centre founder, ...

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Kiwi and other birdlife at risk from drought - Auckland stuff.co.nz

Wed, 15/02/2017 - 12:31pm

Auckland stuff.co.nz

Kiwi and other birdlife at risk from drought
Auckland stuff.co.nz
Whangarei Native Bird Recovery Centre manager Robert Webb says the thirsty kiwi are coming out into paddocks and other grassed areas to get the moisture off the grass. "They keep walking following the moisture and become disorientated. When the sun ...

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