Archives For Fiordland

Native bats are something few New Zealander’s know exist, let alone have ever seen. Two species live in Fiordland and local rangers are undertaking monitoring in order to protect and learn more about these special little critters.

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It’s a stormy day in Fiordland. With a potential break in the weather, it might be enough time for Science Advisors Terry Greene and Emma Williams to race down from Christchurch and complete their mission: find and tag some elusive juvenile kākā.

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In December 2018, a new population of Te Kakahu skink was found on a remote Fiordland Islet 30km from nearest population.

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