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It’s hard to believe that Tāmaki Makaurau / Auckland, our largest, busiest and most densely populated city in New Zealand hosts one of the most abundant and diverse marine parks in the world.

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Jazzy is a whio (blue duck) living at Pūkaha National Wildlife Centre. Jazzy has a weak spot for fellow resident, Jimmy, and his ‘blue steel’ model looks. Together, Jazzy and Jimmy are helping to increase whio numbers in the wild.

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This Mother’s Day, spare a thought for mothers of the feathered variety who have been handed a rough deal as predators attack them, their eggs and their fledglings.

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To celebrate World Migratory Bird Day, we bring you an update on royal albatross DNA research.

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Close to 40 year 10 students collaborated with two Rangers from DOC, Taranaki Regional Council, Otaraua Hapu and Waitara Alive, to explore the Mangahinau Stream.

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Introducing this year’s Royal Cam Theme “Beyond Albatross” – we’ll be taking a look at the wider population of Taiaroa head in this monthly blog series.

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This week will feature inspiring public talks, historic walks, and displays in regions from the Far North to the Deep South. Find an event near you!

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