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Thursday 9 June 2022 | Written by Melina Etches | Published in Environment, National

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Park rangers ready for challenge
Suwarrow park rangers Harry Papa’i and Teina Vakapora. Photo: Melina Etches/22060714

Each year the National Environment Service (NES) sends two park rangers to Suwarrow for six to eight months of the year to protect and manage the environment and wildlife of the island – a designated national park and bird sanctuary.

Each year the National Environment Service (NES) sends two park rangers to Suwarrow for six to eight months of the year to protect and manage the environment and wildlife of the island – a designated national park and bird sanctuary.


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