Read issue 13, Autumn 2015 edition of Behind the Scenes. Read about recent Fiordland experiences – including the breeding journey of local kākā and takahē, an update on Battle for our Birds, and the secrets of our native bats. You will also find the playtime adventures and dedicated work of some of our local conservation heroes and families.
Read issue 12, Summer 2014 edition of Behind the Scenes. It includes articles about exploring Highway 94, restoring Resolution Island, takahē in the Murchison Mountains, history in the making in Hollyford valley, black-fronted tern population research, out and about in the sounds, and more.
Read issue 11, Spring 2014 edition of Behind the Scenes. It includes articles about avalanche picnics, kākā, native fish, kākāpō flashback, Resolution Island, chamois control, Battle for our Birds, truffula trees, dolphins, conservation volunteers, and Conservation Week 2014.
Read issue 10, Autumn 2014 edition of Behind the Scenes. Includes details about a major predator control response, kids activities in Fiordland and Southland, Conservation Dog ‘staff’ profile, whio and takahē updates, volunteering and training with DOC, and a feature article on how to become an urban naturalist.
Read issue 9, Summer 2013 edition of Behind the Scenes. Includes tips about experiencing the outdoors, how to attract lizards into your garden, how you can help protect kea, bat monitoring, Nature Space website, chemical free cleaning on Kepler Track, ‘mast’ cycles, DOC's work in Fiordland, and what’s happening in Fiordland this summer.
Welcome to the Spring 2013 edition of Behind the Scenes. Conservation Week is coming – what's your pledge for conservation? Find out about events coming up. Learn about Partners in Conservation and discover how these amazing people are making a real difference to conservation in your community.
Welcome to the Autumn edition of Behind the Scenes. Fiordland has been a hive of activity over the summer months with businesses, community groups and schools working in partnership with DOC on everything from species monitoring to track building, welcoming visitors to running events.