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Thanks to an active intervention program, at Whangarei Heads we really do have kiwi in our backyard.

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April 18th, 2018

Filming our stories

Darwin obliges along with the rest of the Backyard Kiwi team as we work with a professional film crew to record our stories.

Darwin takes the lime light

Darwin gets his regular check

Thanks to the locals at Whangarei Heads and Parua Bay who played along with us as the cameras rolled through the 2018 March kiwi release, onto private property to film burrow sites and visiting Parua Bay School where the Enviro group helped Heather read “it’s my egg (and you can’t have it!).”

It is our privilege to work with Peter Young, Roy Taoho, Mark Everton, Peter Kraan and Clayton Carpinter to develop a pilot series of short video stories about the project.

We will keep you updated when editing and production is complete.
Stories will feature on our website as we release each new video.

Checking for Darwin’s signal

Filming very close to one of Darwin’s burrows

Interviewing Kane McElrea NRC

The crowd at Parua Bay Kiwi release

Predator control, Todd in situ with trap 

Community pest control efforts discussed

“It’s my egg” inspired art work, Parua Bay School

“It’s my egg” inspired art work,Parua Bay School

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