13 Mar 2008

The Hurunui River: Part 1 - the South Branch, black fronted terns and river ecology

From Our Changing World, 9:06 pm on 13 March 2008

Chris Todd from Forest and Bird talks to Amelia about the geological history of the Hurunui and what its various flows and tributaries mean for the ecology in the area. On the south branch of the river they meet some feisty local fauna and try to spot some of the river's famous brown trout.

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