NEWSPĀNUI

PĀNUI

Draw on findings from past events and learn from the latest developments in the world of conservation.

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FIGHT FOR THE WILD. EPISODE 1: LOSS

01st Oct 2021

Produced for RNZ by Fisheye Films | Made possible by the RNZ/NZ On Air Innovation Fund

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DOES NEIGHBOURHOOD TRAPPING WORK?

SAM MCCLATCHIE

30th Sep 2021

And how can you tell?

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DAWN CHORUS, MOREPORK OWLS, AND PREDATOR CONTROL

SAM MCCLATCHIE

30th Sep 2021

Using birdsong to index the local health of New Zealand nature

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IMPROVING THE WORLD FOR BIRDS

SAM MCCLATCHIE

29th Sep 2021

One predator at a time

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THE WESTERN END

MICHELLE SWANEPOEL

15th Sep 2021

It’s just 50 km travel along the forest flyover, an urban corridor of habitat steppingstones from North to West enabling native birds passage between the Hauraki Gulf Islands and the Waitākere Ranges sanctuaries.

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SPECIAL SPECIES FIGHT FOR SURVIVAL

MICHELLE SWANEPOEL

01st Sep 2021

If you head in the direction of the Te Henga/Bethell’s Beach cave along its warm but sometimes hot-hot-hot black sand from August through to March, you will note a curiosity, a rope cordon halfway up the main beach.