View from the Kepler TrackImage: Daniel Deans | DOC
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Our native species have been isolated from the rest of the world for a long time. As a result, they’ve developed traits that are quite unusual in the animal kingdom.
The stranded orca on Marfells Beach was refloated into deeper water at high tide today and is now swimming out to sea.
The official yearly takahē population count is in, with 347 birds recorded throughout the country – a 13 percent increase in the last year.
Ongoing: We are looking for adventurous people to register their interest in being part of Dunedin’s War on Weeds.
Lou talks about the Waikereru Ecosanctuary, why we do Battle for our Birds, kākāpō research, hut restoration work and DOC's Memorandum of Understanding with regional councils.
DOC is implementing a seasonal booking system for beds at the popular Rangiwahia and Sunrise huts.
An aerial pest control operation to protect at-risk native species in the Northern Ruahine Ranges has been completed.
One of New Zealand’s rarest animals the tūturuatu or shore plover is now even closer to extinction after one was found dead in Westshore this week.
Two whio have become this season's first customers at the Hardening Facility at the Tongariro National Trout Centre.