Kokako successfully anchored in ‘safe’ forest

This blog post was written by postgraduate student Anna Reuleaux as part of the course, Research Methods in Ecology (Ecol608). North Island kokako are an endangered New Zealand forest species known for their beautiful song. In the past conservationists have translocated these birds from mainland areas to managed islands and…

It’s time to take a step forward

This blog post was written by postgraduate student Lauren Maciaszek as part of the course, Research Methods in Ecology (Ecol608). Penguin road sign in Westland.Photo by Mollivan Jon Kaka, kotuku, kea, kakariki, kokako, kereru, and kiwi. What do all of these have in common? Apart from providing some interesting alliteration…