Forest & Bird Magazine

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In the Winter 2017 Issue

We look at the politics of fresh water and explain why Forest & Bird is making the case for “liveable” rivers – fresh water that’s swimmable for wildlife, as well as people.

We reveal shocking new albatross bycatch figures, a secret plan to mine coal in the South Island, natural treasures in Auckland in danger of being lost forever, and why a district council wants to start “sustainable” logging.

National Volunteer Week in June is an opportunity to celebrate the huge contribution our Forest & Bird “conservation heroes” make in their local community. We publish new research on why people volunteer for nature, you may be surprised by the reasons!

James Muir takes a voyage of discovery to Antarctica,  we have a special report on New Zealand’s penguins, ask whether the RMA can help save our oceans, and explain why it’s vital to vote for nature this September.  Plus we are bird-tastic with articles about fernbirds, kiwi, kākāriki, bittern, Western petrels, and... the secret life of sparrows.

Do you have any story ideas or great photos? Contact our editor Caroline Wood at editor@forestandbird.org.nz.

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