Before 1960 Northland’s indigenous forest was milled, but an increasing awareness of conservation contributed to the industry’s decline. The surviving tracts of native bush, such as this one at Waipoua on the west coast, are reserves.
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Te Ara – The Encyclopedia of New Zealand
Photograph by Peter Hodsell
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