Meet Heather Morison, a Central North Island Biodiversity Ranger who tackles pests, destroys weeds and plays ‘Mother Duck’ to whio ducklings in Turangi.

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Research from scientists John Marris and James Russell has confirmed the devastating impact mice have had on the unique invertebrate species on the Antipodes Island.

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150 rubber whio/blue ducks were released on to the Upukerora River, in Te Anau, for the Great Fiordland Whio Race last weekend. The race was part of the Fiordland whio family fun day, celebrating Whio Awareness Month.

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A curious newspaper article from 1904 about Karangahake Gorge sent Rebecca Nuttall on a trip to get to the bottom of strange rumours at Karangahake Gorge.

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On a fine summer’s day the route up to Mueller Hut is a fantastic way to experience New Zealand’s mountains without needing to be a mountaineer.

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It looks like it has one of the best office views in the country, so what’s it like to be a Partnerships Ranger on Aotea/Great Barrier Island.

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Liz Carlson, of the popular travel blog Young Adventuress, recently walked the Milford Track and has some exclusive, what you should know before you go, insights to share with us…

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