View an alphabetical list of all Meet the Locals video clips.
Watch a video about a school camp at Doubtful Sound, one of New Zealand’s last remaining pristine wilderness areas.
Because our native forest evolved without native grazing mammals, deer have been a long-term problem for our natural heritage. This video shows how deer are removed from Fiordland.
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.
In 1908 the Milford Track was described in a London newspaper as the ‘finest walk in the world’ and, 100 years on, it remains a spectacular way to experience an incredible natural landscape.
Fiordland locals are transforming Lake Manapouri’s largest island, Pomona, into a haven for local wildlife, bringing back a slice of the pristine Fiordland that once was.
Helicopter pilot Kim Hollows was so inspired by the Fiordland landscape that he made a film and then built the theatre to play it in. Learn why and find out about his current work with the Fiordland Conservation Trust.
There aren’t many thirteen year olds who can say they’re helping to save a species, but Sophie Smith from Southland can. Watch this video to see how she’s involved in takahē conservation.
Takahē were only rediscovered in 1948 and remain among our rarest birds. Thanks to high flyers like the chicks in this video, takahē can once again roam the Murchison Mountains in Fiordland.
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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