Endangered Species Report

Information Design - Massey University Wellington
Date: 2010

This report presents information on the native New Zealand bird Mohua (Yellowhead). Mohua are classed as a "nationally vulnerable" species, with of population of less than 5000 birds remaining (reference: NZ Department of Conservation).

This report was the first step in the process of designing a campaign to raise awareness and provide the public with information about the Mohua. The information collated in the report was then condensed into a map format, which had a dual function of providing visitors with information about Fiordland National Park walking tracks and campsites, while also raising awareness about the situation of Mohua.

Read the full report (PDF download).

Mohua Report cover detail
Mohua Report Habitat loss spread
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Mohua distribution map detail
Mohua Report map key
Mohua habitat loss map detail
Mohua habitat loss map detail
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Mohua report relationships between habitat preferences graph
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Mohua report seasonal line graph
Mohua report line graph
Mohua report line graph
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Mohua Report inside cover, title page
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Mohua Report spread by Andrea Stark
Mohua Report spread by Andrea Stark
Mohua Report spread by Andrea Stark
Mohua Report spread by Andrea Stark
Mohua Report spread by Andrea Stark
Mohua Report spread by Andrea Stark
Mohua Report spread by Andrea Stark
Mohua Report spread by Andrea Stark
Mohua Report spread by Andrea Stark
Mohua Report spread by Andrea Stark
Mohua Report spread by Andrea Stark