Do we love kea because we see so much of ourselves in them? Bold, curious, and highly intelligent, kea are always looking for new ways to explore and exploit their world – to survive, and survive well. Like humans, kea are born scientists. They observe, hypothethise, and experiment. We humans think we’re studying kea… but […]
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A little known fact about the Denniston Plateau is that it’s one of the top places to see some of New Zealand’s bizarre native carnivorous plants growing wild. New Zealand has twelve native carnivorous plants: four types reside on this alpine sandstone plateau which is under threat from coal mining. For many people, carnivorous plants […]