Archives For Banks Peninsula

Marine Ranger Tom MacTavish takes us through the fourth installment in our blog series from the marine reserve monitoring project at Banks Peninsula using baited underwater video.

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Tom Brough takes us through the third installment in our blog series from the marine reserve monitoring project at Banks Peninsula. With 75 hours of underwater footage to analyse our marine rangers have their work cut out for them counting a menagerie of fish life caught on underwater camera.

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To celebrate National Volunteer Week Banks Peninsula Conservation Trust coordinator Marie Haley tells us about Wildside, a large-scale conservation collaboration project.

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DOC ranger Tom MacTavish tells us about a new marine reserve surveying initiative in the Banks Peninsula area, and what it’s like ‘potting’ for blue cod.

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On a warm February weekend Sam Rowland and Kate Alderslade explored Te Ara Pātaka — they share with us 10 reasons to visit this magical spot.

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What did forests on Banks Peninsula look like before the weeds and pests invaded? That’s the question Wayne Beggs and Anna Paltridge set out to answer.

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It’s Conservation Week and today’s photo speaks to the “Discover the world where you live” theme.

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