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  1. J

    In Search of Details - Kapiti, Miranda, Murawai

    re: pureora, the canopy tower and the short trail leading to it have quite a decent range of bush birds but it can be quite slow going, be prepared to stand around and wait a lot!! you should get good views of kaka, tomtit, robin, grey warbler, whitehead, tui, bellbird etc. etc. and if you're...
  2. J

    In Search of Details - Kapiti, Miranda, Murawai

    Hi Karen, I think i stayed with kapiti island alive - can check details if you would like. i'm glad i went to rangatira as the birds there are better than at the north end. It's not really worthwhile staying overnight just to visit both parts, but it is worth staying for the kiwis! If you...
  3. J

    In Search of Details - Kapiti, Miranda, Murawai

    Hi K, a couple of things if you're going to kapiti for the day you should probably go to the central part of the island which has better forest and more birds, lots of saddlebacks, stitchbirds high up on the ridge, and a (very?) slim chance of kokako. I went to kapiti in 2007 and actually...