This series of little videos documents a kakariki nest in one of our nest boxes during the summer and autumn of 2021. Those of you who have been watching the live stream will see that it is not working any more, firstly because the link failed (no fault of the provider Teleport) at a late stage, and secondly because the chicks have fledged. I will try to compile a time lapse video from the 74,000 still images stored at Teleport- computer upgrade needed first and global chip shortage will mean a delay, yada, yada. In the meantime, these videos were taken from the SD card on the camera. Sometimes this page does not load properly on my phone. If you are having problems too, please keep trying because it mostly does work. I suspect the page is too big- let me work on that.
Our website faunarecovery.org.nz is now hosted on WordPress. The revamp is to coincide with our much greater emphasis on the Puangiangi Island restoration project from now on, and my retirement which means no more IT Department to manage complicated websites. The template chosen is designed to be easily readable on mobiles, tablets, notebooks or PCs- let me know if there is anything you need done with readability (apart from changing “program” to “programme”- sorry Ruth, Barbara et al., no can do). If you are a regular user of WordPress you will be able to add this site to your reader, or you will be able to follow updates by email by subscribing using the button at the bottom of the menu. This will eliminate the need for our newsletters and allow for longer-format articles. Thanks for reading, Barry Dent.