Archives For Native animals

Another successful northern New Zealand dotterel breeding season has flashed by on the Coromandel Peninsula.

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Threatened Species Ambassador Nicola Toki updates us on the work to set science-based goals to achieve better outcomes with for our threatened flora and fauna.

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Today’s photo is of a Haast tokoeka kiwi, a shy, mountain-loving bird and one of our rarest kiwi species.

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Today’s photo is of one of New Zealand’s unique treasures the kākāpō. Kākāpō are listed internationally as a critically endangered species with fewer than 160 known surviving birds.

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The royal cam albatross chick needs a name! Tell us what you think the chick should be called for a chance to win a trip to visit him or her.

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Each January and February, a team from the Māwhera/Greymouth office monitors long-tailed bats in the Maruia Valley.

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The Whinray Ecological Charitable Trust has recognised ranger Jamie Quirk’s dedication to conservation by naming Motu’s newest kiwi after him.

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