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This series of time lapse images, taken by photographer and conservationist David Mudge, shows New Zealand’s only fully parasitic flowering plant. Copyright: Ngā Manu Images.
Hi I am Helena. I like outside. I have just turned 7. I live in Nelson but I am from Wellington, I moved to Nelson last year but we haven’t lived here for a year yet. I have been doing the KCC challenges. We found out about the challenges on the computer last year. Writing […]
We were at the beach for a massive impromptu community fireworks display. Everyone was really amazing picking up their rubbish afterwards but it was dark. Sam decided he was going to go down to beach first thing in the morning at 6 am before school to make sure all the rubbish had been picked up. […]
Kids from Porirua East School made these wicked cool windsocks with the team from Pātaka Art + Museum. Aren’t they inspiring? Make your own windsock with these instructions and template: http://kcc.org.nz/portfolio/native-fish-windsocks/
By Sally Lashmar, Owhango Alive A few weeks ago I received a text saying that I had a “present” in my garage. This was not unusual, as I am part of the local predator trapping/weed control volunteer group, “Owhango Alive”, in the Central North Island. I had discovered a variety of offerings in the garage (HQ) […]
By Lucy (age 5) For Conservation Week, we went to a DOC event at White Pine Bush in Hawkes Bay. We became “pest detectives” by building a tunnel with an ink pad and peanut butter inside. When the predator walks through it to eat the peanut butter, they leave footprints on some white paper. We […]
By Magnolia (age 7) I like playing with my cats (Honey Lemon and Black Cat), and my baby sister. I like native birds, they are beautiful singers and New Zealand is a very special place for them. We are trying to attract native birds into our school. We have 2 tūī in the trees and […]
Our new KCC waiata, gifted to us by our friend Makaira Waugh, Kaiako Toi at Te Ara Whanui Kura Kaupapa Maori o Nga Kohanga Reo o Te Awa Kairangi. The song is written to reflect our te reo Māori name, Hakuturi Toa. In the legend of Rata, the Hakuturi are the small creeping and flying […]