Cape Rodney-Okakari Point Marine Reserve (Goat Island)
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The 2019 breeding season is in full swing for kākāpō, and this summer is bound to be the “saxiest” one yet.
A behind the scenes look at how DOC cares for New Zealand's unique native species and natural environment.
Research shows the use of 1080 leads to more kiwi chicks surviving.
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A count of rāpoka/New Zealand sea lion pups born in the subantarctic islands this breeding season has shown mixed results for the species, DOC says.
DOC has given permission for Zero Invasive Predators (ZIP) to undertake a predator removal programme over 12,000 ha of conservation land in the Perth River valley in South Westland.
Rangers and staff from DOC will be part of Te Matatini ki te Ao 2019 celebrations at Westpac Stadium in Wellington this weekend.
Last year's aerial 1080 operation at Mokaihaha Ecological Area has helped enable native bird populations to grow, including a special population of kōkako.More