By Keith Woodley 1953 was an eventful year. Ed Hillary and Tenzing Norgay reached the summit of Everest, immediately prior to the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II. There was a worker uprising in East Germany. Dwight Eisenhower was sworn in
Magazine February 2022 – Red Knots in Russia
Pūkorokoro Miranda News – February 2022 Issue 123 We hear about the realities of studying our Arctic migrants in the expanse of the Russian tundra, take a look inside the Manager’s new roost and Bob Gill looks back on the
Magazine November 2021 – How we saved the Northern NZ Dotterel
The management programme for the Northern New Zealand Dotterel/Tūturiwhatu, which has seen the population go from a steady decline to almost doubling in 30 years, is one of our greatest conservation successes. That triumph is due to the work of scores of community volunteers, the enthusiasm of a few dedicated wildlife rangers and the strategy devised by Dr John Dowding, writes Jim Eagles.
Magazine August 2021 – Finding the Nest of the Kuaka
This special godwit issue is full of the latest research on Bar-tailed godwits and insight from Keith Woodley into the strikingly different life of these birds in their northern home.
Magazine May 2021 – Caspian Terns vulnerabilities keep them moving
An interesting look into the New Zealand history of the Caspian Tern, the largest tern in the world, and a dive into their irregular breeding habits and vulnerabilities.
Magazine February 2021 – Look out for Fernbirds
Look out for Fernbirds. – Read about Jim Eagles and his family’s search for Fernbirds along the Shorebird Coast in our February 2021 Magazine