Archives For Fiordland

Our first job for the new kiwi project at Shy Lake was to get radio transmitters on enough adults that we could hope for a worthwhile sample this year in terms of survival monitoring.

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Having chosen a site that would work for our study, we need to catch some adult kiwi and attach radio transmitters to their legs.

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A journey retracing Captain Cook’s Dusky Sound voyage has resulted in some amazing discoveries for a team from Te Papa.

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Art and conservation join forces to restore Tamatea/Dusky Sound in a nationally toured exhibition featuring some of New Zealand’s most renowned artists.

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Punanga Manu o Te Anau/Te Anau Bird Sanctuary has celebrated another generation of kākā winging their way to new homes in the wild.

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Whio Awareness Month in March saw over 200 blue rubber ducks race down Te Anau’s Upukerora River for the ‘Great Fiordland Whio Race’.

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In September, DOC joined Real Journeys on a Dusky Sound voyage, inviting conservation-minded people to take part in a unique expedition to one of the most remote parts of Fiordland.

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