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Meet the team:Samara Allardice

Meet the team:
Samara Allardice

In 2020 we needed someone to ensure Topflite was looking good and flying high – someone with the expertise to creatively share the sights and stories within our work. Enter Samara Allardice, who had shifted north with her young family to spread her wings in Oamaru…

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Seeds of thought

Seeds of thought

We’re taught from an early age that birds need trees to live in. But so too do trees often need birds to survive. There are some great examples of birds helping to grow valuable areas of forest. Take the pink-necked green pigeon of South-East Asia for instance…

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Meet the team:Laura Cornford

Meet the team:
Laura Cornford

Laura Cornford couldn’t foresee the change and upheaval ahead when she first arrived at Topflite at the end of 2019. Thankfully she had the wherewithal to meet all the challenges of a very strange 2020 and is now in her element working with a wide variety of customers.

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Our world of nature

Our world of nature

Busy bees, millions of trees and… killer hedgehogs too. 20 million ways an important harbour is getting some much-needed help. Kaipara Harbour has the longest harbour shoreline in the Southern Hemisphere. Our biggest enclosed estuarine harbour also has an equally...

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A new energy feed mix!

A new energy
feed mix!

What to give your backyard birds an extra special treat? Our new energy truffle and cake products provide a real cherry on top. Except the cherry’s mealworms – and they’re all the way through. So really, in the eyes of your feathered friends, they’re even better than a cherry!

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Our world of nature

Our world of nature

Here’s some great news, particularly considering April is Takahē Awareness month! Fifteen takahē have been released into the Kahurangi National Park to join their friends there.

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Bird feeder maintenance tips

Bird feeder maintenance tips

Just how do you maintain a bird feeder? As they are made from different materials there is no specific method that covers everything. However the most important thing you can do with your feeder is ensure it’s regularly cleaned. Here are a few simple tips…

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