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Following the Bay of Islands Power Boat Race held in Paihia on 1 March 2014, the Northland Conservation Board is seeking improvements to planning for next year's race to ensure better measures to protect marine mammals in the Bay area.
Six local primary schools joined a group of homeschool pupils to celebrate World Wetlands Day for the fourth year in a row at Lake Ngatu on 27 and 28 February 2014.
The Department of Conservation proposes to name a scenic reserve near Nenthorn, Otago. The proposed name is ‘Piata Scenic Reserve’.
View images from Restoration Day 2013 held in Upper Hutt.
Building work began yesterday in an exciting partnership between the Department of Conservation and the New Zealand Defence Force. New Zealand Army engineers and builders are constructing a new hut at Maropea Forks in the Western Ruahine Forest Park.
An important mōhua or yellowhead population in the Catlins is on the increase after a successful joint agency pest control programme last spring.
Read the summary of submissions and the Code of practice from the consultation on the Commercial great white shark cage diving interim guidelines.
Read a preliminary report on on the New Zealand sea lion ground survey 2014.
A Threat Management Plan for the New Zealand sea lion is to be developed in response to this season’s low pup count on the Auckland Islands, Conservation Minister Dr Nick Smith announced today from the HMNZS Wellington at Port Ross in conjunction with Primary Industries Minister Nathan Guy.
Conservation Minister Nick Smith today inspected the site of a proposed new research station to be named after the late Sir Peter Blake on the east coast of the main Auckland Island in the subantarctic.
Saturday 12 April 2014
Following on from the successful Flaxroots Conference in 2013, we are pleased to invite you to a more intimate event designed for leaders and up-and-coming leaders from community care groups around the Bay of Plenty.
Submissions close: 5:00pm, Thursday 8 May 2014
The Minister of Conservation gives notice of his intention to grant a 20 year licence under section 17Q of the Conservation Act 1987 to the Institute of Geological and Nuclear Sciences Limited for a GPS – earthquake monitoring system.
CDB Possum Control are laying cyanide in Raetea Forest from 10 February 2014 to control possums for fur recovery.
The reward period for sighting information leading to the capture of an invasive pest bird – the red-vented bulbul – has ended without anyone qualifying for the payout.
View Issue 28, Autumn and Spring 2013 of Revive Rotoiti - newsletter of the Rotoiti Nature Recovery Project.
Angeline Barnes and her friends set off for their third annual mum’s weekend away to the Orongorongo Valley, in the Rimutaka Forest Park.
Painstaking repairs to a crushed kakapo egg have paid dividends with the arrival of the first kakapo chick since 2011.
Submissions close 28 March 2014
The Department of Conservation seeks submissions on the proposed name of Ben Nevis Scenic Reserve for a reserve in Central Otago.
The 26th annual Pureora Hunting Competition for red deer is due to begin from 17 March to prizegiving day on 27 April.
Conservation Minister Dr Nick Smith today formally established three new marine reserves covering 435,000 hectares of ocean surrounding the Antipodes, Bounty and Campbell Islands from Perseverance Harbour, Campbell Island.