Tena koutou katoa I’ve had it in mind for a wee while to do a sort of good news newsletter, so here it is. The new year of 2012 has progressed into feelings of autumn in the air. Things were pretty hectic for me at the end of last year. Family and close friends stuff –… Continue reading Update on inland Otago bio diversity
The News, Central Otago interviewed me a couple of weeks ago because of this web site initiative. The paper and article will hit the streets today apparently. I’m wondering how it’ll present! Simon the interviewer steered me into aspects of my history in a very professional manner. Then sooner rather than later, since the web… Continue reading The News Central Otago interviewed me recently
The Matukituki Charitable Trust which operates in Mt Aspiring National Park has just released a newsletter which is reproduced below, [unless otherwise indicated photos and italicised text are by Donald Lousley who btw is proud to have been involved trapping, monitoring and making photos towards assisting with the great results as outlined below]: Kia Ora… Continue reading A year in the life of the Matukituki Charitable Trust operating in Mt Aspiring National Park
Over the last few months I’ve often posted about the work being done in the West Matukituki Valley [home of Aspiring Hut] in Mt Aspiring National Park. Two of the key players are my old friends Stu and Heather Thorne, and I’m delighted here to repost an article by local journo Marjorie Cook of stuff.co.nz… Continue reading Robins flourish, dawn chorus returns to the Mt Aspiring National Park | Stuff.co.nz
top: Members of the Matukituki Trust planning trapping operations at Aspiring Hut 10 days ago Many of you know that I’ve been involved with many others giving native bird populations a leg up via the Matukituki Trust for the last 4 or so years. Progress has been very steady and positive due a good base plan… Continue reading An overview of efforts to encourage native bird population numbers between Mt Aspiring and Wanaka, New Zealand.