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View an alphabetical list of all Meet the Locals video clips.
Butler's Incline is one of New Zealand's many mining sites. Watch this video to discover how the Bay of Plenty community is helping conserve the heritage value of this site.
The ancient art of falconry is making a comeback. This video reveals how it's being used to rehabilitate the karearea, New Zealand's native falcon.
Watch a video on how to eat in style when you're out in the wild. Tramping doesn’t have to mean eating porridge and two minute noodles.
Watch this video on the Karangahake Gorge, the gateway to Hauraki and a place with a rich golden history.
This video looks at the ways the Wingspan team in Rotorua are working to save New Zealand's native falcon.
Mokoia Island is an culturally significant site, steeped in history. Watch this video to find out about Rotorua's history, and some of the species recovery work DOC does here.
Watch this video to find out how Okere Falls touches many people in different ways. This Bay of Plenty hot-spot has something for everyone!
This video about the BNZ Operation Nest Egg programme at Kiwi Encounter in Rotorua introduces us to just a few of the thousands of New Zealanders helping look after kiwi.
Meet Whisper. This little local is learning to live with the help of Wingspan in Rotorua. Watch the video to see how you can help our only native owls.
Watch a video about Mokoia Island in Lake Rotorua where local iwi manage a sanctuary for native wildlife.
Just outside of Rotorua you’ll find the newest geothermal site in the world, the Waimangu Valley. Watch this video to discover more about this unique area.
In this video you'll visit an internationally significant geothermal site and discover the array of plants, fungus and bacteria that live in the harsh conditions of the geothermal springs.
Being a wildlife photographer is a creative way that you can enjoy New Zealand’s picturesque landscapes, and fascinating wildlife. Watch this video for some tips on wildlife photography.
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