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The Wyrbill and New Zealand's Collective Biodiversity Challenge

What does the wrybill - an endangered NZ bird with a wonky bill - have to do with saving NZ’s biodiversity? Former Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment Dr Jan Wright explains why - and talks about her new conservation challenge in this edition of NEXT Outlook. 

Dr Wright’ has a new role chairing Te Manahuna Aoraki, a project restoring the biodiversity in the Upper Mackenzie Basin /Aoraki Mount Cook National Park that is a collaboration between DOC, iwi, private landowners and philanthropists - including NEXT.

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Monday, December 10, 2018

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What does the wrybill - an endangered NZ bird with a wonky bill - have to do with saving NZ’s biodiversity? Former Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment Dr Jan Wright explains why - and talks about her new conservation challenge in this edition of NEXT Outlook. 

Dr Wright’ has a new role chairing Te Manahuna Aoraki, a project restoring the biodiversity in the Upper Mackenzie Basin /Aoraki Mount Cook National Park that is a collaboration between DOC, iwi, private landowners and philanthropists - including NEXT.

Watch video