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After 18 long months, the wait is finally over. In just over one week’s time, a team are heading back to the Antipodes Islands to discover the outcome of the Million Dollar Mouse project.

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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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Following three years of planning, the Million Dollar Mouse team is getting ready to depart for Antipodes Island this week where they will carry out major pest control operations over winter.

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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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Kath Walker reflects on her experiences in the subantarctic islands and the upcoming efforts to remove mice from Antipodes Island.

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Good news for the Million Dollar Mouse project, with Bollons Island, the second largest island of the Antipodes group, declared mouse free.

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