A Sitka spruce, non-native to the Southern Hemisphere, grows on subantarctic Campbell Island. It was planted at the start of the 20th century.
If you are looking for adventure, exploration, and candid wildlife encounters, seek out some of most inhospitable places on the planet.
An essay by Matt Vance in response to a monumental study of one of the world’s great birdlands – the bleak, uninhabited, and spectacular Auckland Islands.
Join Rand Rudland at the Sunshine Coast Natural History Society meeting on Friday, March 6 for an illustrated presentation that will take you to the Southern Ocean in the Roaring Forties and Furious Fifties.
If you love birds and crazy weather, you’ve come to the right place!
One of the most diverse and biologically rich places in the Southern Ocean, it’s a place that will blow your mind every moment of the day.
If you want the complete Kiwi experience, then don’t leave out these 4 New Zealand Islands on your itinerary!
On New Zealand’s Campbell Island near Antarctica, some plants grow surprisingly large despite the inhospitable conditions. We may finally know how they do it.