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Get outside with these great ideas created by Kiwi kids from across Aotearoa.
Learn how to plan and plant a garden to attract native birds.
Get involved in conserving our lizards by creating an inviting home for them in your garden.
Trap and monitor predators in your own backyard.
Use your detective skills and help us track down pests like rats, stoats and mice.
A trapping tunnel is a box to put a rat trap inside. The tunnel is designed to protect your young family members and pets from the trap.
Track the phases of the moon, and make a star wheel to identify constellations in the night sky above your home.
This booklet is full of practical ideas and activities for exploring nature with children, both in your own backyard or further afield.
Five easy activities for you and your whānau to do outside this spring. Take a moment to hunt for critters, race leaf boats, get outside whatever the weather, get crafty in nature or discover somewhere new.
Do some colouring in, make 3D birds or create your own face masks.
Use our guide to identify common birds you might see in nature spaces, some urban areas or your own backyard.
How much do you know about New Zealand's natural places and the creatures in them? Test your knowledge with the kids' conservation quiz.
Take a quiz to find out how conservation friendly your cat is and read tips for improving your score.
Watch Meet the Locals episodes to learn about New Zealand's wildlife, wild places and the people working to protect them.
Use our beginners’ guide to capture what you love most about nature and find fresh ways to experiment for the perfect shot.
Use nature to create a colour, shape, or sensory bingo card.
Go on a treasure hunt to find some weird and wonderful things out in nature.
Get a team together with gloves and rubbish sacks to see how much rubbish you can remove.
Consider taking a first step towards protecting our marine family by combating plastic pollution.
Do the Ultimate Takahē Quiz, try the wordfind, get stuck in to some colouring in, and find other activities to help celebrate takahē.
Take a garden insect census to see if you have a good range of bugs and beetles in your backyard.
One of the best ways you can look after the native birds and lizards in your backyard is by protecting them from rats and mice.
These interesting short and overnight walks are great options for getting outdoors with children.
Go in the draw to win a $100 Prezzy gift card by completing this 5 minute survey.