A man, a camera and a family of Tui
Wed, 10 Mar 2010 7:35p.m.
Invercargill photographer Jason Hosking spends 12 hours a day documenting the drama of family life.
The family he is filming live in a tree in his back yard.
Mum, dad and the babies are a family of Tui.
And the reality of their daily struggle to survive can be fascinating and terrifying.
Watch the full video and see one man's unique encounter with a family of Tui.
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14/03/2010 1:34:27 p.m.
Just imagine then what it is like to have them all gone after a 1080 drop. After The Dept of Conservation ordered packets stapled to the trees around bush bordering the National Park we had lots of dead Penguins all the Paradise duck (my Pets) gone. All the Pukekos but for a few babies gone. The bush in the Park is all but Silent always anyway, (1080 kills the Insects) but now around the farm, since the 1080 drop all the Tuis Wood Pidgeons and most birdlife is gone.
Te Papa is our national museum but is it now a national disgrace?
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Since Anchor released their new milk bottles the company has been inundated with calls from angry consumers.
When a Rotorua couple lost their much loved family dog five months ago, they were sure he'd been stolen and they would never see him again.
Forty-eight women a week - nearly 2500 women a year - die from heart disease and, in many cases, it was avoidable or preventable.
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