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Steve Brightwell

Steve Brightwell is a partnership ranger with the Department of Conservation.

He has been a part of the Virtually On Track team from the project's inception.

Steve lives in the Eastern Bay of Plenty, has a communications background, and is a weekend warrior of modest multisport ability.

The views he expresses for this blog are his own and do not necessarily reflect or imply official policy of the Department of Conservation.

For a good cause
For a good cause
Posted by Steve Brightwell
24 August 2016
Hard times ahead?
Hard times ahead?
Posted by Steve Brightwell
16 June 2016
Slow down - see the smaller picture
Slow down - see the smaller picture
Posted by Steve Brightwell
28 April 2016
Naturally: if it is wild, it is better
Naturally: if it is wild, it is better
Posted by Steve Brightwell
16 March 2016
Making it Count
Making it Count
Posted by Steve Brightwell
28 January 2016
Geoteering with purpose
Geoteering with purpose
Posted by Steve Brightwell
9 December 2015
Make the most of your collisions
Make the most of your collisions
Posted by Steve Brightwell
27 October 2015
More tech good: less tech good too!
More tech good: less tech good too!
Posted by Steve Brightwell
25 September 2015
Milk those opportunities
Milk those opportunities
Posted by Steve Brightwell
28 August 2015
Treading sacred paths
Treading sacred paths
Posted by Steve Brightwell
2 July 2015
Gorgeous green gems
Gorgeous green gems
Posted by Steve Brightwell
21 May 2015
Let them eat cake!
Let them eat cake!
Posted by Steve Brightwell
17 April 2015
A clear winning advantage
A clear winning advantage
Posted by Steve Brightwell
27 February 2015
Putting the sea in conservation?
Putting the sea in conservation?
Posted by Steve Brightwell
13 January 2015
A whale of an experience.
A whale of an experience.
Posted by Steve Brightwell
24 November 2014
Why did the weka cross the road?
Why did the weka cross the road?
Posted by Steve Brightwell
1 November 2014
Join the chorus in your backyard...
Join the chorus in your backyard...
Posted by Steve Brightwell
20 October 2014