Western weka, Sinbad Valley in FiordlandPHOTO: Sabine Bernert ©
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Our colleague Kim Forbes died in March. He preferred to avoid the limelight, but he was trusted and respected by all who worked with him during his 17 years with DOC.
Ranger Nina Mercer gets the privilege of helping to transport three very special passengers to their new home at Rangataua Forest near Mount Ruapehu.
Wedderburn Station—little changed from when built in 1900—is one of the iconic landmarks of the Otago Central Rail Trail.
20 brown teal/pāteke were released within the safety of a predator proof fence at Lake Opouahi in northern Hawke’s Bay yesterday.
In the first edition of Māui Watch read about the start of the new population estimate, Māui dolphin day and a school fundraising event.
Three of the seven pest free islands in the Bay of Islands will soon provide safe new havens for saddleback/tīeke and whitehead/pōpokotea from Tiritiri Matangi Island in the Hauraki Gulf.
Historic Hooker Hut has been removed from its precarious position above the crumbling moraine wall of the retreating Hooker Glacier, in Aoraki/Mt Cook National Park.