Story: Tītī − muttonbirding

Picking up equipment and birds

Picking up equipment and birds

A large bag of gear and buckets of birds are being lifted by a helicopter onto Big South Cape Island. Helicopters have made it easier to bring in supplies and take out equipment and birds at the end of the season.

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Private collection, Cain family

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How to cite this page:

Philip Lyver, Jamie Newman and the Rakiura Tītī Islands Administering Body, 'Tītī − muttonbirding - A personal account of muttonbirding', Te Ara - the Encyclopedia of New Zealand, http://www.TeAra.govt.nz/en/photograph/5557/picking-up-equipment-and-birds (accessed 31 May 2020)

Story by Philip Lyver, Jamie Newman and the Rakiura Tītī Islands Administering Body, published 12 Jun 2006