School of fish at Poor Knights IslandsImage: Vincent Zintzen | DOC
An activity programme for kids to learn about nature, earn cool rewards and go on epic family adventures. Get the latest medals!
Getting children outdoors with friends and family is an easy, cheap and fun way to grow healthy and happy kids. Auckland Operations Ranger Drew Divehall tells us how kids can get involved in nature.
This programme provides a chance to work with some of New Zealand’s rarest and endemic threatened flora and fauna in a spectacular environment.
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If you find a New Zealand fur seal it's usually best to leave it alone, however, there are exceptions.
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Kōkako have been released onto Mount Pirongia in a bid to return the songbirds to the mountain.
Forty people, ages ranging from just two years old to over 80, turned up to plant 1,700 native grass plants in the dunes at Riversdale on Saturday.
Hawke’s Bay’s largest kiwi population may be at risk from two dogs that are loose in the Kaweka Forest Park.
A secure population of one of New Zealand’s rarest skinks, the critically endangered Chesterfield skink, has been established in captivity, with support from the Endangered Species Foundation and Auckland Zoo.