Takahē Catlin, Shadfax and Ehara that are going to Kahurangi National Park

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Introduction

Find media releases and blog posts about takahē.

Blog posts

  • Returning takahē to the wild: lessons learned
    10 July 2020
    Two years ago, the Takahē Recovery Team made the first step towards what has never-been-done-before: to re-establish a new wild population in the Kahurangi National Park.
  • Making more takahē: The work of the Takahē Recovery Programme
    20 April 2020
    The Takahē Recovery Programme is one of DOC’s dedicated conservation programmes, designed to ensure that takahē are never again considered extinct.
  • Is it a takahē or a pūkeko?
    06 April 2020
    Takahē Awareness Month is a chance for us to celebrate takahē and recognise Ngāi Tahu, the Takahē Recovery Programme and the network of people involved in ensuring the takahē is never considered extinct again.
  • A national first – the Hauraki Gulf Marine Park turns 20
    26 February 2020
    Happy Birthday Hauraki Gulf Marine Park! Twenty years ago today, New Zealand established its first, and only, national park of the sea - the Hauraki Gulf Marine Park/Ko te Pātaka kai o Tīkapa Moana.

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