Jewelled geckoImage: Sabine Bernert ©
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Finding up to 100 intrepid seabirds on Whenua Hou as part of a highly ambitious plan to move kōrure/mottled petrel chicks to the Maungaharuru Range in the Hawke’s Bay.
Make your mark this Earth Day and help end plastic pollution. Reduce, refuse, reuse, recycle, remove.
We all know about the albatross stars at Taiaroa Head, however we want to shine the light on the often overlooked shag during the Wild Dunedin NZ Festival of Nature.
They are among the largest snails in the world, and also among our most threatened invertebrates.
We need to protect access to habitats for our iconic native fish species which move within freshwater, and to and from the sea to complete their lifecycles.
Join the celebrations on 24 April for historic Arrowtown and the famous bungy bridge’s new Landmarks status.
‘Kiwi Forever’ an enduring legacy conservation and cultural programme was held recently in the Tongariro district.
An endangered giant land snail mistakenly kidnapped by trampers from Kahurangi National Park is being returned home by DOC.
Freshwater fish will have a better chance of survival under guidelines launched by Conservation Minister Eugenie Sage today.