Takahē release to mark 70th anniversary

In November, a team from the Department of Conservation and Fulton Hogan headed into the Murchison Mountains in Fiordland to release 18 juvenile takahē into the wild, marking the 70th anniversary of the takahē’s rediscovery.

Above from left: Stephen Lowe – Canterbury Regional Manager, Graeme Johnson – New Zealand CEO, Grant Sime – Dunedin Regional Manager, Glen Greaves – Senior Ranger Takahē Recovery Programme.

Click the link below to watch a video about their experience on our Fulton Hogan YouTube channel:

<a href=”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e_aL5nQaVoM&amp;feature=youtu.be”>Takahē release November 2018</a>

Copy LinkEmailTwitterLinkedIn

Sign up to get
updates from
Fulton Hogan

SUBSCRIBE

You might also like...

Fulton Hogan takes it to 100 percent

Fulton Hogan takes it to 100 percent

Australasia’s first ‘B100’ truck – designed to run on 100...

Read More
Where there’s muck there’s class.

Where there’s muck there’s class.

Fulton Hogan’s East Coast SQTE advisor Kylee Martin devised the...

Read More
First biodiesel facility opens in the North Island

First biodiesel facility opens in the North Island

Wednesday, 29 July, marked the opening of the new truckstop...

Read More