New Zealand has many endemic species of birds. The isolation from the birds denotes a unique birdlife. There are many who want to take part in the bird watching programs. The Maori and Europeans hunted birds causing certain birds such as moa, huia kakapo to becomes endangered. There will be visitations to the observation hides to view the birds in their natural habitat. The visitors can view the place without affecting the local ecosystem. There are many bird sanctuaries in the place. These would be suggested to the eco-tourists.
These bird sanctuaries are found in the national parks, forest areas and reserves. This makes the New Zealand ecotourism unique. There are over 13 national parks that contain large varieties of unspoiled landscape and vegetation. In certain areas, the tourists can hike, bike, ski and snowboard. The tourist will be provided option about these tracks and centres. These are some of the places that would be suggested to the eco-tourist. Here a combination of personal and non-personal interpretation would be helpful.
A visual learner would be compatible with both interpretive and non-interpretive techniques. It would probably be good to use lots of pictures in a presentation, go as a tour guide and point out visuals that one could miss, like some flower that must be specifically spotted in a botany museum or a scenic view in a tourist attraction. Non-personal interpretive techniques should use less text and more pictures again.