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  1. 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.

  2. 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.

  3. Video for Massive effort to restore Maungaharuru for endangered Kōrure
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    Massive effort to restore Maungaharuru for endangered Kōrure

    A massive effort is underway to turn Maungaharuru in northern Hawkes Bay back into a colony for endangered seabirds. The latest arrival of Kōrure (Mottled Petrel) will boost numbers there as part of the Poutiri Ao o Tāne project to repopulate the birds.

  4. Video for Tau pleads guilty to two charges, faces new charge
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    Tau pleads guilty to two charges, faces new charge

    Ngāpuhi leader Raniera (Sonny) Tau has pleaded guilty to hunting a protected bird.  Tau earlier admitted to possession of five kereru.

  5. Video for Native Affairs – Kiwi Care
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    Native Affairs – Kiwi Care

    The call of the Kiwi is being heard more and more in the 7.5 thousand hectare forest of Omataroa near Te Teko.  

  6. Video for Kaitiaki Kiwi aims to boost kiwi population to former levels
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    Kaitiaki Kiwi aims to boost kiwi population to former levels

    Increasing the population of kiwi in Waipoua Forest is the aim of Kaitiaki Kiwi.  It's a collaboration between Te Roroa iwi and the community to boost the kiwi population to its former levels.

  7. Video for Ngāti Pahauwera hunters oppose planned 1080 drop
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    Ngāti Pahauwera hunters oppose planned 1080 drop

    A planned aerial drop of the poison 1080 in the Mohaka Forest at the end of October has got Ngāti Pahauwera hunters seeing red.  Members of the Northern Hawke's Bay tribe say the poison would be detrimental to one of their main food sources. 

  8. Video for Young Tomairangi Harvey wins Japanese Film Festival award
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    Young Tomairangi Harvey wins Japanese Film Festival award

    Tomairangi Harvey (Ngāi Tahu, Ngāi Tūhoe) won an award last night at the Japanese Wildlife Film Festival for her short film, Te Ao o te Tuturuatu.

  9. Video for Raniera Tau appears in Invercargill District Court
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    Raniera Tau appears in Invercargill District Court

    Today, Ngāpuhi Leader Raniera Tau stood before the Invercargill District Court on two charges. 

  10. Kākāpō - Photo / kakaporecovery.org.nz
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    Future of kākāpō numbers suffers blow with loss of young female

    The total population of the critically endangered kākāpō has dropped to 125 now following a discovery of a dead young female bird, Ellie, on Whenua Hōu (Codfish Island) west of Stewart Island.

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