The Sinbad Project

  • 22/05/2019

After 10 years of hard work, Fiordland's Sinbad Gully is flourishing, thanks to the efforts of the Sinbad Project.

The programme strives to keep the conservation site free of predators - and it shows.

Over the last decade kiwi numbers have almost doubled, reptilian species have been discovered, and a sanctuary void of outside threats has been maintained. 

What's next on the agenda? DOC Project manager Monique Van Rensburg spoke to The AM Show.

Watch the video.

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