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Chevron Skink The chevron skink is New Zealand’s longest lizard, reaching over 30cm in length, yet its survival and very existence has remained a mystery for much of the last century.  04:03 
Black Petrel This video is about black petrels – a seabird that breeds on the top of Mount Hobson on Great Barrier Island. Learn how these relatively small birds fly as far away as Peru to find food. 04:07 
Barrier Kaka The kākā is one of New Zealand’s three native parrots. Despite being hammered by predators such as cats, rats and stoats, these inquisitive birds are making a comeback on predator-free offshore islands. 04:09 
Bush Telly - Ellerslie Flower Show 2010 As every green-fingered New Zealander well knows, the Ellerslie Flower Show came to a colourful climax in Christchurch last weekend .. and tucked in amongst the gardens was a slice of kiwi ingenuity, called Bush Telly.They were the Supreme Award Winners at the show last year and comprise a group of mostly volunteers, who have a passion for educating New Zealanders about wildlife and conservation issues. Producer Mike Peters, spoke to Allan Lee. 05:08 
Birds - Totara Valley drop zone #1 Bird recording 24-hours before the Animal Health Board's 1080 possum control operation in the Totara Valley . It's cold, wet and overcast on 14 June 2010. Bird conspiciousness is low. 05:03 
Backyard Biodiversity The video was made for the 2010 MyBiodiversity Film Competition. It was produced to show people what native biodiversity can be encouraged into their backyards through planting native food species for them. 04:34 
Wilding Conifers - Control on the Torlesse Range DoC controls wilding conifers on the Torlesse Range using helicopter based crew. 07:40 
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