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    Humpback research to start in Cook Strait

    The Cook Strait will become the base of a survey on the humpback whale population starting next month.  The 12th annual whale survey will run from Saturday 13 June to Saturday 11 July and it is hoped that the data collected will enable conclusive findings on the recovery rate of the humpback whale population.

  2. Video for Wild Kaimanawa horses tamed by horse trainer Tommy Waara
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    Wild Kaimanawa horses tamed by horse trainer Tommy Waara

    Kaimanawa Horses are known for their wild yet hardy natures and taming them is no easy task. 

  3. Video for DoC outline reasons for 1080 use
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    DoC outline reasons for 1080 use

    As investigations continue regarding the blackmail threat to contaminate infant milk powder with 1080 poison, the Department of Conservation (DoC) outlined the reason it uses the poison for pest control. 

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    Te Hauturu-o-Toi breeding season successful

    Te Hauturu-o-Toi, also known as Little Barrier Island has been successfully breeding a crop of tuatara eggs this breeding season. Department of Conservation (DOC) Rangers have confirmed there are 19 eggs.

  5. Video for White-tail spiders - Friend or Foe?
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    White-tail spiders- Friend or Foe?

    It was a slow start to summer in December. But now that the sun is out, so are the insects. An influx of white-tail spiders have been reported in Auckland, but much of the information in the public about the spiders aren't entirely true.

  6. Video for DoC works against time to remove whale carcasses from Golden Bay
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    DoC works against time to remove whale carcasses from Golden Bay

    The Department of Conservation (DoC) is working quickly to remove two dead adult sperm whales from a Golden Bay beach at the top of the South Island.

  7. Video for Tūhoe hunters must also adhere to suspension in Te Urewera
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    Tūhoe hunters must also adhere to suspension in Te Urewera

    Last month Tūhoe and the Crown decided to suspend pig hunting, deer hunting and possum killing in Te Urewera, but one Te Urewera guardian Maui Te Pou believes there are some from home who are ignorant to the cause of hunting in Te Urewera.

  8. Video for Pod of whales stranded in Ohiwa Harbour
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    Pod of whales stranded in Ohiwa Harbour

    A pod of whales were last night stranded in the Bay of Plenty, while volunteers tried their best to save them, they have made a path for Whangakopikopiko Island. 

  9. Video for Ngāti Wai undertakes Regional Biosecurity
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    Ngāti Wai undertakes Regional Biosecurity

    The Government has invited Northland iwi, Ngāti Wai, to be part of national biosecurity in the region.

  10. Video for Ruāpekapeka presented Greens Flags Award
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    Ruāpekapeka presented Greens Flags Award

    Five places in NZ have been awarded the Green Flags award, a highly regarded tourism award throughout the world. One of those places is Ruapekapeka in Northland.

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