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    Thieves take flight with bird rescue van

    A Wellington charity that cares for and rehomes native and non-native bird life had their white Toyota Hiace van stolen on Friday afternoon from outside of PetVet in Lower Hutt

  2. Video for Zealandia's Tākahe chick starts solid foods and explores surroundings
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    Zealandia's Tākahe chick starts solid foods and explores surroundings

    Zealandia Eco sanctuary's rare Tākahe chick is kicking off the New Year with a new diet as it continues to grow. The chick is now out and about exploring its environment.

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    Rare takahē chick hatches at Zealandia

    A rare takahē chick has hatched at Zealandia wildlife sanctuary in Wellington, with rangers reportedly doing "all they can" to improve its chances of survival.

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    Concerns for native Canterbury mudfish

    There are serious concerns that the native Canterbury mudfish, one of 76 native fish to Aotearoa, is a step closer to extinction.

  5. Video for Ngāti Pahauwera trap their own pests
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    Ngāti Pahauwera trap their own pests

    In 2015 Ngāti Pahauwera protested against 1080 being dropped in their Mohaka Forest, and today they've realised the vision of doing their own pest management and creating employment for their people. 

  6. Video for A busy summer for native bird recovery
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    A busy summer for native bird recovery

    A kiwi chick was one of several birds welcomed by the staff of the Whangarei Bird Recovery Centre today.  Wildlife manager Robert Webb says the summer period is the ideal time for visitors to see a wide variety of native species.

  7. Video for Kauri dieback disease could mean closure of Waitākere Ranges
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    Kauri dieback disease could mean closure of Waitākere Ranges

    The Auckland Council and Local iwi are considering closing the Waitākere Ranges to the public following a report which shows the number of native Kauri affected by the Kauri dieback disease which has more than doubled in five years.

  8. Video for The first of many kiwi releases at Kohukohunui
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    The first of many kiwi releases at Kohukohunui

    The release of five kiwi at Kohukohunui is the latest success in a long project by mana whenua and the Auckland Council to restore the Hunua Ranges to its natural pest-free state. The iwi welcomed the council onto Wharekawa Marae in Kaiaua to mark the occasion which was the first in many more bird releases to come.

  9. Video for Thirsty chicks in Northland
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    Thirsty chicks in Northland

    The staff at Northlands' Bird Recovery Centre have been kept busy this summer inundated with all species of native birds found suffering from heat exhaustion due to the long spell of high temperatures and drought-like conditions.

  10. Video for Native Affairs Summer Series - Rakiura Brown Kiwi
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    Native Affairs Summer Series- Rakiura Brown Kiwi

    Native Affairs spent two days on Rakiura, Stewart Island, to witness the handover of one of the world's most unique birdlife tourism businesses to a Māori Trust.   The Rakiura Māori Lands Trust and Real Journeys took on a legacy business started by local Māori man Phillip Smith more than twenty years ago. Under Phillip's guidance, our film crew got up close and personal with Aotearoa's national bird, the very impressive Rakiura Kiwi.

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