Dairy farmers bringing back kiwi, Northland Kei te whakahoki mai ngā kaimahi miraka i te kiwi, Te Taitokerau

Lodore Farm has been producing dairy for 30 years – but that’s not the whole story.

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Kua 30 tau a Ladore Farm e mahi miraka ana – heoi, ehara i te mea ka mutu ana te kōrero ki reira.

A quarter of the farm is native bush, with kauri, rimu, tōtara, and waterfalls, and home to around 50 pairs of North Island brown kiwi.

Learn how cows and kiwi are co-existing in Ōkaihau.

Make a difference

See people getting hands-on to fight pests and help endangered species.

Grab your phone and volunteer for a nature project near you: tepapa.nz/collaborate

This project is part of Te Taiao | Nature at Te Papa.

He ngahere rākau māori tētahi hauwhā o te pāmu, kei reira te kauri, te rimu, te tōtara me ngā hīrere. He kāinga tērā ki ngā kiwi parauri o Te Ika-a-Māui – kei te takiwā o te 50 ngā takirua.

Whāia ngā kōrero mō te noho ngātahi o te kau me te kiwi ki Ōkaihau.

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