Bird Watching

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Bird Watching

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South IslandStewart Island

North IslandRotorua Region

South IslandWest Coast

South IslandKaikoura Region

Good shot!

Get up close and personal to the largest wingspan in the world!

North IslandTaranaki

We are a pest free sanctuary. We have spent millions of dollars and hours eradicating mice, rats, stoats, weasels and possums from inside the sanctuary.

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South IslandCoastal Otago

Royal Albatros

South IslandMarlborough

South IslandMarlborough

South IslandWest Coast

South IslandStewart Island

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North IslandWellington Region

View from north end hill.

North IslandWellington Region

Matiu/Somes Island

Wellington Harbour

Matiu/Somes Island

Wellington Harbour

8 km return | 2-3 hours return

South IslandMarlborough

North IslandWellington Region

North IslandNorthland

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John Casey

Ireland

Do not expect cheap reliable internet. Try the libraries as a place to find free internet. The Hamilton Library is awesome, there is even WiFi outside in Garden Place.

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South IslandNelson Region

North IslandHawkes Bay

Off to see the gannets behind a 1949 Minneapolis Moline ...

North IslandNorthland

South IslandCanterbury

2 white flippered penguin chicks ready to go back at sea

Come on a tour to some of the most stunning back road of Banks peninsula and discover the area's rich history, native fauna and flora an Pohatu's unique penguin conservation program. We have over 1200 breeding pairs of Little penguins.

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South IslandFiordland

Up close and personal in Te Anau

Birds o-rama!