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Ulva's Guided Walks
Explore Ulva Island, New Zealand's premier bird sanctuary, with Ulva Goodwillie and her team of knowledgeable and friendly nature guides.
Fantastic locally-owned Stewart Island pelagic company, also great for hunting parties and scenic charters. Go onto the big seas in comfort and get to see Stewart Island's special seabirds.
Wrybill Birding Tours, NZ
Started out as a couple of birding mates setting up an independent bird guiding business. Sav and Brent are passionate about birding and really know their New Zealand birds and birding sites inside out. Read Brent's blog about his birding travels and outstanding photographs.
Albatross Encounter brings you up close to a diverse array of seabirds including albatross, petrels, shearwaters, shags, terns and gulls. These species all occur naturally within a close proximity of the Kaikoura Peninsula.
Peter Moore Wildlife Photography
Pete is now based in Wareham, Dorset, but when we were both living in Kent he was my best birding mate. Lots of avian adventures were shared, travelling through the night to see and find new, rare birds for us, as well as the local Kent hotspots. Pete's website has a huge selection of British birds, moths and butterflies as well as fantastic landscapes and overseas trips. Take a peek, you won't be disappointed. Read Pete's witticisms and observations on his highly addictive blog!
The Biggest Twitch
In 2008 Alan Davies and Ruth Miller from North Wales broke the world record for seeing the most species of bird in one calendar year. They wrote a book and blog about their amazing trip, they now run bird watching tours around the UK and all over the world.
From Bristol in the south-west of England, Gary is a highly respected member of the UK birding community and photographer.
Paul Hopkins Birding and Wildlife Videos
Cornish-based UK birder turned film-maker specialising in wildlife and birds from all four corners of the world.
Ulva Island Charitable Trust
The Ulva Island Charitable Trust was set up by a group of dedicated Stewart Islanders with the objective of raising funds and, in conjunction with the Department of Conservation, strives to keep Ulva Island free of introduced pests and predators where native plants and birds can thrive.
Detector Gadget's Blog
Gadget Tails - stories of a Rodent Detector Dog here on Stewart Island.
SIRCET (Stewart Island/Rakiura Community Environment Trust)
A non-profit organisation started by a group of Stewart Islanders enthusiastic about protecting and enhancing the local environment and community.