Tagged: Antipodes Islands

Voyaging to the Subantarctics - News

Sarah-Jane O'Connor Feb 22, 2016

Update: The HMNZS Canterbury is being deployed to the Pacific to help Fiji in the recovery from Cyclone Winston. At this stage, Operation Endurance is suspended. Feb 24, 2016. Sciblogs writer Sarah-Jane O’Connor is heading to the Subantarctics as a freelance reporter, on board the HMNZS Canterbury, bound for Campbell Island and the Antipodes Islands. This page will … Read More

Antipodean wandering albatross continues to dive - News

Sarah-Jane O'Connor Feb 01, 2016

Numbers of the Antipodean wandering albatross have continued to fall, according to New Zealand researchers who visit the birds’ main breeding island every summer. The population has been monitored since 1994 and in a brief report to New Zealand’s Department of Conservation (DOC) in December, scientists Graeme Elliott and Kath Walker warned that the population has continued to … Read More

Reflecting on wildlife rehabilitation II - Politecol

- Wayne Linklater Dec 20, 2012

– did Happy-feet’s visit increase support for conservation? You are sick, tired, and thousands of miles from home. Swimming, you pull up yourself up on a beach for a rest. Within hours you are surrounding by hairless primates who stare and take photographs. Within days you … Read More