Down the Bay – Radio NZ interview


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Abel Tasman National Park is New Zealand’s smallest national park, but it has the largest number of visitors, 250 thousand people annually. Ecologist and Project Janszoon director Philip Simpson was born and raised right beside the wilderness reserve and the park’s flora and fauna has always fascinated him. He writes of this and much more in his new book – Down the Bay – a natural & cultural history of Abel Tasman National Park.

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