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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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June 7th, 2019

Champion Kiwi Dad – Signs off his radio channel!

Backyard Kiwi farewell Lambert, one of our kiwi stalwarts.

April 9th, 2019

Filming and photographing our stories

The latest kiwi release was photographed by Wendy Bown who is onboard helping to shoot stills and video, telling our stories.

February 18th, 2019

4 new kiwi

Teina, Malaika, Awhi and Pakari  were released into Parua Bay on Sunday evening  17th February 2019.

January 24th, 2019

2019 Kiwi Release

Come and see a kiwi in your backyard!

November 11th, 2018

Take the Lead -Video Premiere

We love our dogs and we love having kiwi in our back yard

August 23rd, 2018

2 new video stories premiere in September

“It’s my egg” and “Kiwi Monitoring”

August 23rd, 2018

Butter Factory hosting the premiere of “Kiwi Monitoring”

Thanks to the Butter Factory who are hosting the screening of “Kiwi Monitoring”

August 23rd, 2018

Premiere “It’s my egg (and you can’t have it!)”

 Parua Bay School is hosting the 1st public screening 

June 17th, 2018

“The Kiwi Release” 30th of June

Get your party outfit on for a Red Carpet Screening of  “The Kiwi Release”. Join us on the 30th June at 7.30 pm, McLeod Bay Hall.

May 3rd, 2018

How come you have kiwi in your backyard?

The 2018 Wild Dunedin Festival of Nature invited four stalwarts of the Backyard Kiwi Project to the 2018 Wild Dunedin Festival of Nature. Todd Hamilton, Helen Moodie, Heather and Martin Hunt were asked asked to explain. How come you have kiwi in your backyard? The Otago Peninsula Biodiversity Group hosted a talk at the Portobello… [Read More]

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