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On a wing and a player: hopes webcam can save endangered albatross
by Eleanor Ainge Roy in Dunedin
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11 January 2019
On 11 January 2019 The Guardian reported:
Footage of tiny colony of birds on the southern tip of New Zealand has captivated millions around the globe. New Zealand conservation teams set up a 24-hour live-stream of an albatross nest at Taiaroa Head on the Otago peninsula in 2016. Three years on, the feed has become an unexpected global hit. Department of conservation (DoC) ranger Jim Watts said viewers' investment in the birds' lives had financial and conservation pay-offs, and donations to the royal albatross centre had increased since the cam went live ...
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