These are the eggs of our native kauri snail. These giant snails can live for 20 years or more, and are very active – for snails. They have been known to move a whole 10 metres in two weeks.
Want to understand people better? Visit the places that matter to them. Rebecca O’Brien faces the realities of West Coast life at Brunner Mine.
We’re on the front lines of saving our iconic kiwi. Today we catch up with DOC ranger Tim who is currently managing a new project monitoring southern Fiordland tokoeka kiwi at Shy Lake.
Motueka rangers are thrilled with a 48% increase in whio numbers at an intensively managed site in Kahurangi National Park.
Two of DOC Whangarei’s longest and most consistent volunteers were recognised for their efforts during last week’s ‘Volunteer Wednesday’ event.
Kekeno/New Zealand fur seals have something unusual in common with many young New Zealanders: they’re partial to the kiwi ‘big OE’.
Keen-eyed conservationist, 9 year old Mia Bentley, made an amazing wētā discovery on Mahurangi Island last weekend.
How can you tell if a slug is native to New Zealand? By checking if its patterning looks like the veins on leaves.
Do you know an early childhood centre, school or community group that’s doing great restoration work or wants to get started and doesn’t know how? Becoming Habitat Heroes is a great place for them to start!
Today is World Ranger Day, a chance to celebrate the amazing things that our hard-working rangers do across Aotearoa all year round.