Back in January, I brought you news of a birth of the endangered reptile, tuatara in a New Zealand zoo.
Today, New Zealand conservationists are celebrating the discovery of baby tuataras in the wild. They were found in Karori Wildlife Sanctuary.
Here’s a bunch of travel blogs from Karori:
One of my personal friends and a very lovely lady, Annek spent the day in the sanctuary and took some incredible photos.
In the morning Virginia’s friend Kathleen dropped us off at Karori, a predator-free wildlife sanctuary just outside the city. They are undertaking an impressive amount of forest and wetland restoration there and we saw our first saddlebacks whilst walking through the reserve.
-from “Wellington” – Wellington, New Zealand
Kirksabroad’s entire family took a trip around the world and enjoyed “Children’s Day” at Karori Wildlife Sanctuary:
It’s quite a breathtaking place for somewhere so near to a big city. It’s a completely protected wildlife sanctuary and it even has a disused goldmine to explore, where we got a good sight of some wetas, though no glow worms unfortunately.
-from “Childrens day at Karori sanctuary” – Karori, New Zealand
Spanish blogger Patoysandrix spent a few rainy days in Wellington and went to the park when the rain stopped:
When we saw the first ray of sun we run to Karori Park (Rivendell for The Lord of the Rings fans) and we walked through the rainforest for a morning.
-from “Go All Blacks!” – Wellington, New Zealand