Outdoors + Nature

New Zealand's Otherworldly Landscapes



Nineteenth-century colonizers established the first settlement in the Bay of Islands, on the northeastern coast. The Maori had arrived here roughly a thousand years earlier. These sheep—they outnumber humans in New Zealand by about eight to one—graze on Urupukapuka, one of scores of islands in the bay.

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