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Marie Haley Conservationist – Latitude Magazine – Life on the Wildside, Akaroa

Akaroa Conservationist Marie Haley from The Seventh Generation Tours is featured in this months Latitude Magazine for her role in...
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Marie Haley Conservationist – Latitude Magazine – Life on the Wildside, Akaroa
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Watch this video to understand why Banks Peninsula is such a remarkable place! Local student Marco Varray, 12, has created this...
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Getting to Know Akaroa from the Seventh Generation

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How to Build a Sense of Place

Our understanding of our home and our sense of place is such a vital connection for people's wellbeing and contentment,...
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Danger in the Wilderness

O Te Patatu is a spectacular and sometimes dangerous stepping off point into the wilderness. Jutting out into the Pacific...
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Famous in Akaroa our French Town Crier

Akaroa's official Town Crier and I went on a heritage tour recently to celebrate our shared French ancestry. Both descendants...
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Sleeping Beauty

  Yesterday, I found this adult male South Island tomtit dead in a stream. I lovingly bought it home to...
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Sleeping Beauty
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The Seventh Generation in Akaroa

Link: Akaroa Mail Article on The Seventh Generation - History and Conservation Tours Meet The Seventh Generation! Driven by a...
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The Seventh Generation in Akaroa
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Tuhiraki

A wonderful challenging drive to Akaroa follows the unsealed Mt Bossu Road from Little River to Wainui. The views are...
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Meeting the Minister

Yesterday at the 155th Canterbury A&P Show we meet the new Minister for Agriculture, Biosecurity and Rural Communities, Damien O'Connor...
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Sea Bird Survey 2017

The Banks Peninsula Sea Bird Survey 2017 got off to a spectacular start yesterday with perfect sea and weather conditions....
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Sea Bird Survey 2017
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Wildside Conservation Project Success Story

Titi or sooty shearwater were once common across Banks Peninsula along with many other species of burrowing petrel, by 1995...
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Wildside Conservation Project Success Story
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Seventh Generation Tours

I started Seventh Generation Tours to allow me to share with the world my passion for this place, my enchantment...
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The Wildside Story

The Wildside is an area on the outer edge of Banks Peninsula recognised for its high biodiversity value and a...
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Yellow-eyed Penguins Endangered

  Across the mainland hōiho or yellow-eyed penguins (YEP) are having a tough time of it. This year the number...
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  Yesterday, I found this adult male South Island tomtit dead in a stream. I lovingly bought it home to...
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Link: Akaroa Mail Article on The Seventh Generation - History and Conservation Tours Meet The Seventh Generation! Driven by a...
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A wonderful challenging drive to Akaroa follows the unsealed Mt Bossu Road from Little River to Wainui. The views are...
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Yesterday at the 155th Canterbury A&P Show we meet the new Minister for Agriculture, Biosecurity and Rural Communities, Damien O'Connor...
Read More
Sea Bird Survey 2017
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Sea Bird Survey 2017

The Banks Peninsula Sea Bird Survey 2017 got off to a spectacular start yesterday with perfect sea and weather conditions....
Read More
Wildside Conservation Project Success Story
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Wildside Conservation Project Success Story

Titi or sooty shearwater were once common across Banks Peninsula along with many other species of burrowing petrel, by 1995...
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I started Seventh Generation Tours to allow me to share with the world my passion for this place, my enchantment...
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The Wildside Story

The Wildside is an area on the outer edge of Banks Peninsula recognised for its high biodiversity value and a...
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Yellow-eyed Penguins Endangered
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Yellow-eyed Penguins Endangered

  Across the mainland hōiho or yellow-eyed penguins (YEP) are having a tough time of it. This year the number...
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