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Island Supervisor Karl Fisher’s days usually fly by in a blur and like most rangers he is happiest when he is working. So, you can imagine what it must have been like when he was required to ‘down tools’ and stay in his bubble to stop the transmission of COVID-19

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Teachers, parents and tamariki have been sharing their learning from home stories to help inspire others to enjoy their local nature and look after their well-being.

We hope these examples provide you with more ideas to do with your own whānau and share with your local communities during Alert Level 2 and beyond.

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This past summer the wingbeats and calls of adult tītī (Cook’s petrel) and kōrure (mottled petrel) filled the night air at Maungaharuru – ‘mountain that rumbles and roars’ – as they returned to New Zealand’s most inland seabird translocation site.

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