Each year children from Hāpaitia Kōhanga perform a fundraiser kapa haka performance to raise money for whio protection in the Ōroua Valley.

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Come along to the Wildbase Recovery Conference later this month. You’ll learn from leading wildlife experts and help raise funds for Wildbase Recovery.

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Today is World Ranger Day, a chance to celebrate our hard-working rangers. Learn what they get up to on an average day.

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Sometimes New Zealand fur seals end up in places where shouldn’t be – like this guy, who was sleeping in the middle of Shelly Bay Road on Tuesday.

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New Zealand’s endemic tarāpuka / black-billed gull has the unfortunate status of being the most threatened gull species in the world.

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The Open Lab – a free mobile laboratory run by DOC volunteers – made one of its first appearances in Wellington recently. Both children and adults alike enjoyed working with scientists to find and examine live invertebrates with real lab equipment.

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It’s Te Wiki o te Reo Māori 2015, Māori Language Week. If we are to keep the unique culture of Aotearoa alive, we needed to cherish and champion the Māori language.

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