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Kaimanawa Whio Project Update

By Tori Levy
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The Central North Island Sika Foundation entered the Kaimanawa Forest for the second time to layout dozens of Goodnature A24 traps over the weekend of the 16th of February along the Oamaru River.

 

This latest trapping effort comes as part of the Central North Island Sika Foundation Kaimanawa Whio Recovery Project to protect the vulnerable whio (blue duck) populations found in the headwaters of the Mohaka River in the Northern Kaimanawas.

 

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