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by Kennedy Warne
Author: Kennedy Warne
Publisher: D. Bateman (1995)
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Written by Kennedy Warne, ilustrated by Heather Hunt Potton and Burton, 2017. Roads Less Travelled: Twenty Years of Exploration with New Zealand Geographic Written and photographed by Kennedy Warne Penguin, 2008. Leave a Reply Cancel reply.
Written by Kennedy Warne, ilustrated by Heather Hunt Potton and Burton, 2017. The Cuckoo and the Warbler Written by Kennedy Warne, ilustrated by Heather Hunt Potton and Burton, 2016. View From The Road Written by Kennedy Warne, photographed by Arno Gasteiger Penguin, 2014. Tuhoe: Portrait of a Nation Written by Kennedy Warne, photographed by Peter James Quinn Penguin, 2013.
He now writes for New Zealand Geographic and National Geographic, mostly about nature and environmental subjects. He often writes about the sea, drawing on his academic background in marine biology and a family history in boatbuilding.
He has written 14 stories for National Geographic since 2000, including four on New Zealand. He writes mostly about natural history subjects, and specializes in underwater assignments. His work for National Geographic has taken him from the sea ice of the Gulf of St. Lawrence to the mangrove swamps of Bangladesh, from the rainforests of Fiordland to the coral reefs of Arabia.
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New Zealand Geographic. View all the experiences at nzgeo Outdoorsman Kennedy Warne talks about shark cage diving and the wide. r question of the ethics of wildlife tourism. View all the experiences at nzgeo. ystem in balance is marked by diversity and abundance. New Zealand Geographic.
He has written for National Geographic, Smithsonian, Canadian Geographic, GEO and various travel publications, and continues to contribute regularly to New Zealand Geographic. His work for National Geographic has taken him from the sea ice of the Gulf of St Lawrence to the mangrove swamps of Bangladesh; from the rainforests of Fiordland to the kelp forests of Cape Town.
New Zealand Geographic is a magazine published in Auckland, New Zealand. It is in the format popularised by National Geographic but focusing on the biodiversity, geography and culture of New Zealand; New Zealand's interests abroad, and that of the adjoining region: Antarctica and nearby Pacific Islands. New Zealand Geographic is issued every two months. It features four to six main features per issue, along with regular and occasional columns.
Kennedy Warne tells it straight: mangroves are under threat. In his passionate travelogue, he covers everything from vandal monkeys to life on the shores of the Red Sea, chronicling the global fight to save the rainforests of the sea. Let Them Eat Shrimp is a cocktail worth savoring. His articles have appeared in National Geographic, Smithsonian, GEO, and other publications.
Kennedy Warne, 59, started in publishing in 1980 at the newly launched Hauraki Herald .
Kennedy Warne, 59, started in publishing in 1980 at the newly launched Hauraki Herald newspaper in Thames. He is now a freelance writer for New Zealand Geographic and National Geographic, and has a fortnightly spot on RNZ’s Nine to Noon show, discussing adventure, the outdoors and environmental matters. His books include Let Them Eat Shrimp, a book on the world’s disappearing mangrove forests, and Tuhoe: Portrait of Nation, with photographer Peter Quinn. He lives in Auckland.