Three of the seven pest free islands in the Bay of Islands will soon provide safe new havens for saddleback/tīeke and whitehead/pōpokotea from Tiritiri Matangi Island in the Hauraki Gulf.
20 brown teal/pāteke were released within the safety of a predator proof fence at Lake Opouahi in northern Hawke’s Bay yesterday.
20 pāteke (brown teal) are hoping for good weather when they fly into Napier today on the last leg of their trip to their new home.
In the first edition of Māui Watch read about the start of the new population estimate, Māui dolphin day and a school fundraising event.
Historic Hooker Hut has been removed from its precarious position above the crumbling moraine wall of the retreating Hooker Glacier, in Aoraki/Mt Cook National Park.
National Volunteer Week is happening 21–27 June. Get your family or friends together and volunteer for conservation!
Four kiwi were recently released into the Rangataua Forest south of Ohakune. Three of them ‘flew’ in from Orana Wildlife Park in Christchurch courtesy of Air New Zealand.
This report describes the results and efficacy of an aerial survey of Salvin's albatross population size at The Snares Western Chain.
Following consultation, DOC has changed its local policy concerning the use of power assisted cycles (e-bikes) on the Otago Central Rail Trail.
Golden Bay Mountain Bike Club members are getting stuck in to improve eroded sections of the historic Kill Devil Track in Kahurangi National Park.
Volunteers are needed from November to April at Home Bay campsite on Motutapu Island.
Mike Mohi joined Ngā Whenua Rāhui in 1991. Through sheer persistence, hard work and good humour, he's since protected over 150,000 hectares of Maori land.