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The New Zealand Herald
Dead takahe collateral damage from crazy policyA pukeko (left) and a protected takahe. Photo / Jim Eagles It's a shame the Go
Dead takahe collateral damage from crazy policy
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 2 days ago
A pukeko (left) and a protected takahe. Photo / Jim Eagles It's a shame the Government doesn't show the same sort of commitment to the preservation of New Zealand's priceless treasures as was shown by Khaled Asaad, the murdered antiquities chief of... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Robin Kearns: The tragedy of the takaheA pukeko (left) and a protected takahe. Photo / Jim Eagles Despite the host of
Robin Kearns: The tragedy of the takahe
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 4 days ago
A pukeko (left) and a protected takahe. Photo / Jim Eagles Despite the host of human tragedies that confront us daily, there is something especially sad about news of Takahe being shot on Motutapu Island. With only about 300 members of this species... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Motutapu volunteers angry over shooting of critically endangered takaheVeteran takahe Greg and his pukeko friend on Tiritiri Matangi. Photo / Jim Eagl
Motutapu volunteers angry over shooting of critically endangered takahe
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 7 days ago
Veteran takahe Greg and his pukeko friend on Tiritiri Matangi. Photo / Jim Eagles Volunteers who spent decades restoring Motutapu are devastated and angry that hunters mistakenly shot four of their takahe "friends" on the island. The Department of... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Takahe shooting 'difficult to deal with' - Deerstalkers' AssociationVeteran takahe Greg and his pukeko friend on Tiritiri Matangi. Photo / Jim Eagl
Takahe shooting 'difficult to deal with' - Deerstalkers' Association
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 7 days ago
Veteran takahe Greg and his pukeko friend on Tiritiri Matangi. Photo / Jim Eagles The people involved in the shooting of four critically endangered takahe are "very, very upset", the president of the Deerstalkers' Association says. Volunteers from... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Hunters kill takahe during pukeko cullVolunteers from the Deerstalkers Association had shot four takahe while carryin
Hunters kill takahe during pukeko cull
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 8 days ago
Volunteers from the Deerstalkers Association had shot four takahe while carrying out a cull of 600 pukeko on Motutapu Island. Photo / Jim Eagles Four birds from a critically endangered species have been killed within a wildlife sanctuary by hunters... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Rarotonga: The Eagles have landedSun, sea, swimming and fishing add up to a perfect gathering for Jim Eagles and
Rarotonga: The Eagles have landed
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 9 days ago
Sun, sea, swimming and fishing add up to a perfect gathering for Jim Eagles and his far-flung family. Local kids perform at the Punanga Nui market. Photo / Jim Eagles Where in the world would a dog catch a pretty little fish in the sea and present... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Oman: Watch for the warning flagsForts and watchtowers by the hundred in the sultanate of Oman point to a fierce
Oman: Watch for the warning flags
The New Zealand Herald / Posted a month ago
Forts and watchtowers by the hundred in the sultanate of Oman point to a fierce past, notes Jim Eagles, and possibly an equally fierce present. Old Muscat's modern and historical forts and palaces are striking. Photo / Jim Eagles "There must have... Read more

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