Blogger: Kea hunter, Corey Mosen Bound for the mountains yet again, I loaded up my car – a low-slung vehicle 1996 Nissan Skyline not designed to be a work horse around the mountains – and wheeled down to Wellington’s ferry terminal. And after a day’s travelling, I was there at my destination – rain-filled St […]
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Blogger: Kea-conservationist Corey Mosen Last year my entire holiday leave was spent rooting out kea – on the wind, rain, snow and hail lashed mountains of St Arnaud, near Rainbow Ski field in Nelson. The trip below took place in the heart of winter Keas make their homes in small mountainside burrows, and my job was […]
Guest Blogger: Campaign Manager for the Kea, Corey Mosen Kea have had a bad rap in the last few centuries, they get hassled for all sorts of things. Firstly it was that they didn’t make a good traditional feed and rocks had more nutritional value, then they got the blame for destroying live stock in […]