Western weka, Sinbad Valley in FiordlandPHOTO: Sabine Bernert ©
Sun on your back, sand between your toes, camping by the sea and swimming in clean water – this is what kiwi life is all about!
Not to be confused with a kiwi , the two-pitched cry of the morepork is one of the most common native animal sounds heard in our forests at night.
Shortfinned eels—whether evoking ick or awe—are undoubtedly amazing creatures that deserve a Photo of the Week profile.
Last month a mission was launched to save the native Canterbury geckos that live on the rocky bluffs above the quake-damaged Sumner Road in Christchurch.
Sarah Congdon shares her experiences as 'Mother Duck' in the whio crèche at the Tongariro National Trout Centre.
DOC scientists Kath Walker and Graeme Elliott visited Antipodes Island earlier this year to continue their work with the Antipodean wandering albatross.
New Zealand’s vulnerable native species will now have another strong voice for their protection with the announcement of the country’s first Threatened Species Ambassador.
The Community Conservation Partnership Fund and a jet boat company are helping control predators in Southland and Fiordland.