Time in the outdoors increases people's likelihood of taking action for nature, according to DOC research into New Zealanders and the outdoors.
People enjoying the country’s coastlines are being urged to admire NZ fur seals/kekeno from a safe distance, as the mammals come ashore for the winter.
Counting dainty rock wrens/tuke is tricky but a new survey is revealing where this threatened alpine bird is hanging on in the South Island mountains.
The Jobs for Nature programme helps revitalise communities through nature-based employment and stimulate the economy post COVID-19.More
New whitebait regulations will come into play from the beginning of this year’s season on August 15.
Conservation Minister Kiri Allan has announced Jobs for Nature funding for a portfolio of projects that will create ‘game changing’ gains for nature and communities across Northland/Te Tai Tokerau as part of the Government’s acceleration of the economic recovery from COVID.
The Heaphy Track is reopening tomorrow (Friday 30 July) after work to clear fallen trees and repair other storm damage, but the Queen Charlotte Track remains temporarily closed.
The government has confirmed that work by an expert group into the future of Milford Sound Piopiotahi will proceed to its next stage.More