Tuatara journey up South Island to Marlborough Sounds’ homeland

Source: Department of Conservation Introduction Seventy-three tuatara have this week winged their way from Invercargill to their natural home in the Marlborough Sounds. Date:  13 November 2020 The Takapourewa/Stephens...

Giraffe bones, whale meat and monkey skull seized during Operation Thunder

Source: Department of Conservation Introduction Giraffe bones, canned whale meat and a monkey skull were among items seized by the DOC during an international crackdown on...

Vulnerable nesting shorebirds need care from beachgoers

Source: Department of Conservation Introduction With shorebirds now nesting on beaches across the Tamaki region, those spending time on our beautiful shores are urged to be...

Three kōwhiowhio ducklings hatch in Te Anau

Source: Department of Conservation Introduction Punanga Manu o Te Anau/Te Anau Bird Sanctuary is now home to three extra-special residents. Date:  11 November 2020 On the 28 of October...

Beachfront home and new te reo name for rare skink

Source: Department of Conservation Introduction Threatened Chesterfield skinks have a new 1.3 hectare coastal habitat on the West Coast north of Hokitika. They’ve also been given...

Students’ conservation dresses on display

Source: Department of Conservation Introduction Two conservation-themed wearable art pieces designed by high school students are gracing the windows of Kapiti/Wellington’s DOC Visitor Centre. Date:  10 November 2020 For...

Seal pup’s death a reminder to drive carefully on beaches

Source: Department of Conservation Introduction People are encouraged to drive carefully on the foreshore after a critically injured kekeno/seal pup had to be euthanised on a...
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