Archives For Antipodes Island

In an effort spanning more than four years, countless people and multiple organisations, mice have officially been eradicated from Antipodes Island.

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Today’s photo of the week was taken at sunset on Antipodes Island, located 860 kilometres southeast of Stewart Island.

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Our photo this week is of the Antipodes Island pipit – one of the special species unique to the Antipodes Islands.

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Today’s photo of the week is of an adult Antipodes Island snipe, a subspecies of the Subantarctic snipe endemic to the Antipodes Islands in the Southern Ocean.

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Today’s photo of the week is one of the six new Antipodes Island parakeets that have taken up residence at Pukaha Mount Bruce.

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Restoring globally important conservation sites is just one of Ranger Stephen Horn’s skills. Add climbing mountains, candling kākāpō eggs, and collecting tortured bonsai trees… and we’ve got a man worth reading about!

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