The honeydew beech forests found in Rotoiti Mainland Island are capable of supporting large numbers of native birds.
Introduced pests including stoats, possums, wasps and rodents threaten Rotoiti Mainland Island's native ecosystems.
Intensive pest control operations along with restoration work are conservation actions DOC is involved in at Rotoiti Mainland Island.
Learn ways you can help with conservation action at Rotoiti.
Take one of the many walks through the Rotoiti Nature Recovery Project in Nelson Lakes National Park and you'll experience a forest alive with the sights and sounds of birds.
View editions of Revive Rotoiti, a six-monthly newsletter about the Rotoiti Nature Recovery Project in Nelson Lakes National Park.