By George Hobson, Forest & Bird Wellington Youth Leader Being eye-to-eye with a hoiho (yellow-eyed penguin) sitting peacefully on its nest is one of my most memorable experiences. It wasn’t just the wider environment of enormous, ancient forests and dynamic coastlines. Nor was it simply the strong fishy stench coupled with an astonishingly beautiful bird. […]
About George Hobson
George has been involved in conservation work since he was ten; he’s now 16, and hugely passionate about creating positive environmental change. He is a leader with Forest & Bird Youth’s National Team, and Co-coordinator of Forest & Bird Youth Wellington.
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- Policies for the planet
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