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Kākā are thriving in Fiordland's Eglinton Valley, thanks to three decades of predator control.
The Department of Conservation is appealing for information after an adult variable oystercatcher, or tōrea pango, was shot dead with an air rifle on Pouawa Beach.
Central Otago farmers have set up a sanctuary to protect endangered freshwater native fish that don't migrate.
Felicity introduces us to Arowhenua Native Nursery, growing plants and growing skillful kaimahi with firm roots in their marae. The team’s mission? Restore the Rangitata awa. Video
Wānaka is Emma’s favourite place to be. One day she’s teaching the community about biodiversity, the next she’s out in the field - this time, chainsawing some wilding pine. Video
Armed with nets and torches, Charlotte & her crew find some of our most unseen native fish species and build them a passage into the mountains. Video
A bridge between science and mātauranga Māori, Kara travels the Wairarapa, meeting restoration groups, teaching kindy kids freshwater ecology, and monitoring the health of her ancestral moana. Video
A hunter-turned-trapper, Paora uses the skills he gained as a Bay Conservation Cadet to save a relic population of endangered kōkako. Video
A new generation of kaitiaki across Aotearoa take on the challenge of protecting and restoring our natural environment, paving the way to a more hopeful future. Video
This summer, DOC is encouraging us all to be citizen scientists and share sightings of protected marine species.
A ground breaking mulch to prevent ground baking this El Nino Summer. Previously unusable fibrous green waste is being minced into an environomentally friendly ground cover...with Auckland council… Audio
Who is responsible for keeping Rakaia River pristine? It's a question that's led to protracted legal action in Canterbury, with another twist this week.
Waka Kotahi says it has made changes to better protect wildlife after several kororā were killed during the construction of the Wellington-Petone cycleway.
In 2020, in Aotearoa New Zealand, a Banks Peninsula family works to protect and survey the indigenous population of white-flippered penguins, through predator-trapping and citizen science. Video
The developers of a Wellington cycleway have been reprimanded after several kororā were killed.
Westpac bank has set a target for cutting the emissions of the farms it lends to.
The fierce competition saw over 350,000 valid votes cast and mutliple references on American television. Audio
NIWA has developed a Photarium with 3D printing to more safely identify and measure fish species in the waterways.
A little blue penguin has found a new home in Christchurch after swimming 160 kilometres. Audio
Wellington Water is working with emergency agencies to deal with potentially critically low water levels this summer.