Community conservation volunteers have taken to the tree-tops to restore Aongatete Forest

Source: Department of Conservation Introduction Aongatete Forest Project (AFP), a conservation care group near Katikati, recently carried out an innovative restoration project to transplant indigenous shrubs...

Kākā monitoring reveals four-fold population increase

Source: Department of Conservation Introduction A new round of monitoring in a 20-year programme has shown an impressive four-fold increase in the population of kākā in...

Ninety Duvaucel’s geckos released on pest-free Motutapu island

Source: Department of Conservation Introduction The 90 native geckos released on Motutapu Island mark the start of an ambitious 10-year monitoring programme. Date:  17 November 2020 Ninety native geckos...

DOC urges Kiwis to get outdoors but go prepared

Source: Department of Conservation Introduction This week is Get Outdoors Week and the DOC is joining Recreation Aotearoa and others to call for people to get...

Corrections collaboration leads to walk on the wild side

Source: Department of Conservation Introduction A collaboration between the DOC and Ara Poutama Aotearoa/Department of Corrections has resulted in a new boardwalk for an important island...

Queenstown predator trapping workshop “not all guts and gore”

Source: Department of Conservation Introduction Queenstowners keen to do their bit for neighbourhood native species will have the opportunity to learn some hands-on skills at a...

First fairy tern eggs impacted by wild weather

Source: Department of Conservation Introduction New Zealand’s rarest endemic bird, the tara iti/New Zealand fairy tern’s first eggs of the season have been impacted by wild...
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