Wahine Hoiho: Celebrating Sylvia Durrant

Published: Fri 22 Nov 2019 10:58 AM
A Visual Ethnography by Todd Henry.
Until recently, 85-year-old Sylvia Durrant spent virtually every waking hour of her day caring for sick and injured penguins and other birds at her home on Auckland’s North Shore.
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