Posts from July 2013

Female Brown Kiwi Survives Car Accident Unbroken!

Wildlife vet Karina Gonzalez Argandona and assistants worked on the accident surviving female brown kiwi at Wildbase Hospital to provide initial care, mainting fluids, providing pain relief and bandaging the affected leg. Department of Conservation staff brought the kiwi to Wildbase Hospital, part of the Massey University Veterinary Teaching Hospital in Palmerston North. The hospital treats rare and endangered native

National Gvt protects Fishing Industry from Critically Endangered Dolphin

Maui’s dolphin critically endangered and underprotected by National Government. International pressure from marine scientists and animal conservancy groups is washing against the sea-wall of the powerful fishing industry and it’s empiricle ally the National Government. As reported by Matt Stewart, Weather, science and environment reporter for The Dominion Post ‘… [last] September, New Zealand was the only nation to vote

Maui’s Dolphin Comic Fact Sheet

This page was created before April 2008 and as such contains information that is no longer correct and needs to be updated : The current estimated population of the critically endangered Maui’s Dolphin is 55. The minister for Conservation is currentl Nick Smith in the National Party, his email is n.smith@ministers.govt.nz Currently a trawling and set net ban stretches from

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