The takahē, one of New Zealand's unique birds
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A gradual climb on a historical tramping track through ancient podocarp forest provides panoramic views of Aoraki /Mount Cook. If you’re lucky, you can enjoy the mountain landscape reflected in Lake Gault.
A new report assessing the risk to DOC locations from coastal flooding reinforces the need to plan for the effects of sea level rise.
Have you taken a photo that captures the Taupo Trout Fishery? If so, enter the photo competition and be in to win a free Taupo fishing licence.
Plan your garden so it can provide food and shelter for native wildlife year round.More
The sight of a southern right whale like Matariki in Wellington wasn't just a fluke – a report confirms their population status is continuing to improve.
A recent survey in the Pongakawa Ecological Area has indicated a robust and healthy population of North Island kōkako – one of New Zealand’s more highly threatened birds.
The Four Sisters walk has temporarily closed due to the discovery of the kauri dieback pathogen in the area.
A small population of our rarest kiwi returned to their traditional West Coast home on 9 May after growing up on Mana Island in the lower North Island.More