Blogger: Forest & Bird’s Marine Advocate, Karen Baird I’m part of a group of five scientists and conservationists departing Whangarei on ‘SV FalconGT’ this Sunday to listen out for whale chatter near the Kermadec trench – a deep trench to the far, far north-east of New Zealand. Physically, the Kermadec trench is defined by an […]
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Blogger: Conservation Advocate for Forest & Bird, Karen Baird Fairy tern – given the name you’d think it was a mythical creature. But no, it’s alive and kicking. Well only just – there are only about 36-40 individuals (and 8 breeding pairs), giving it the unenviable title of ‘our rarest indigenous bird’. Once widespread on […]