This Father’s Day we wanted to share some photos of New Zealand dads that are doing their bit to ensure the survival of our native species.

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Last month, resident Dave Sutherland launched his suburb’s attack on pests in Porirua’s Titahi Bay.

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Imagine a machine that could effortlessly sow native seeds straight into the ground, creating within hours what will grow to become a woodland, open forest or wildlife corridor.

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Working together for a common cause was the aim of the game for volunteers attending the annual Ruahine Whio Protectors hui this month.

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DOC’s Jessica Ayres-Greager joins ranger and kiwi guru Rolf Fuchs for a day out in the field tracking down Northland’s first kiwi chicks of the season.

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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.

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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.

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