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Wildlife institutions suffering from the impacts of Covid-19 can apply for support.
Pūkaha National Wildlife Centre has confirmed the existence of New Zealand’s long-tailed bat (Chalinolobus tuberculatus) in its forest reserve.
Pūkaha National Wildlife Centre has bred New Zealand’s most endangered parakeet for the very first time.
KiwiRail, the Department of Conservation, and the New Zealand Motor Caravan Association have partnered to help save the country’s endangered kea population.
Real Journeys Birds of a Feather Conservation Ball raised $54,000 for the country’s endangered New Zealand falcon or kārearea.
The annual competition to name a northern royal cam chick at Pukekura/Taiaroa Head is now underway.
Blue Penguins Pukekura, a penguin conservation project at Takiharuru-Pilots Beach on the Otago Peninsula, has launched an exclusive new experience in which visitors can become conservation workers caring for their feathered charges.
The Department of Conservation is urging the public to report sightings of the southern right whale or tohorā.
A new kiwi facility being built at Wairakei Golf and Sanctuary, north of Taupo, will boost numbers at the Sanctuary Mountain Maungatautari.
The value of dolphin eco-tourism to the New Zealand economy has been put at more than $30m annually, according to a new report commissioned by Black Cat Cruises.
Otago Peninsula’s Blue Penguins Pukekura has launched a new experience which allows visitor to participate in penguin conservation work.
Cape Kidnappers operators have welcomed a council decision to re-open beach access to the area’s popular gannet colonies.
Pūkaha National Wildlife Centre has hired an all-new marketing team to help boost visitor numbers and expand its conservation work.
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Ngāi Tahu Tourism’s Rainbow Springs has added an interactive ‘Kiwi Burrow’ experience to its offering.
A Queenstown wildlife park has become the first in New Zealand to be recognised as part of a world-leading animal welfare program.
The West Coast Wildlife Centre in Franz Josef, the South Island’s largest kiwi hatching facility, has laid claim to hatching the first chick of the breeding season.
The Department of Conservation is warning keen whale watchers to keep at least 50m away from the rare southern right whale/tohora currently in Wellington Harbour.
The Department of Conservation’s latest Royal cam albatross chick has been named Amīria, which is the Māori translation for Amelia.
New Zealand dolphin tour operators say new research from the University of Otago into the detrimental effects of uncontrolled tourist access to dolphins is not easily applicable here.
Fisheries Minister Stuart Nash and Conservation Minister Eugenie Sage are accelerating work to improve protection of the nationally endangered Hector’s dolphin, after five were accidentally killed in a fishing net off Banks Peninsula.
A new albatross family is centre stage on the Royal cam at Pukekura/Taiaroa Head on Otago Peninsula.
Sea Life Kelly Tarlton’s Auckland, has announced that from 11 December, New Zealanders can experience the country’s first interactive turtle rehabilitation experience, Turtle Rescue.
With Chinese tourists visiting New Zealand to experience its natural beauty in record numbers, one local wildlife organisation is using this to support its efforts to help the endangered Yellow Eyed Penguins.
Tūmanako, the northern royal albatross/toroa and star of ‘Royal Cam’, has left Pukekura/Taiaroa Head near Dunedin, to start a new life at sea.
The West Coast Wildlife in Franz Josef is proud to be announcing the opening of its brand new Tuatara Encounter in Franz Josef on Sunday 1st October 2017.
For the second year running the Department of Conservation is inviting people to help name the internet’s most famous albatross chick.
A same-sex pair of king penguins will celebrate World Penguin Day with their surrogate foster chick.