New Zealand's longfin eels or tuna are the most ancient species of eel and the largest freshwater eel in the world.
OPINION: Sarah Hardie reveals the three numbers that sum up the extreme environmental crisis we are facing.
Gareth Morgan launches campaign aiming to create safe havens for native species.
Over $570,000 in funding granted for researchers studying climate change impacts on Antarctica.
As I begin maternity leave, I wonder: what do our native wildlife do on the big day?
Tui found with its wings clipped sparks fear more birds could share the same fate as their population rises.
What is it that we love so much about this rare native bird?
A Wellington suburb could become a "killing field" for cats if an experiment tracking predator behaviour works.
What a year it has been for nature in this country (and for me and the Bloke!).
Pelicans have been visiting NZ for millennia. Pity about the human moron factor.
Extreme weather and other forces will have a major bearing on agriculture by the year 2025, experts say.
First there were food miles and now water footprinting seems to be next in line for food sustainability.
A new online encyclopaedia of New Zealand birds has been launched by Te Papa.
Winter is expected to be warmer than usual for all New Zealand, Niwa says.
NZ bid to create world's largest marine sanctuary in Ross Sea floundering with China and Japan stridently opposing it.
Sealord is banning the use of a device used to catch tuna to also stop catching sharks and turtles.
Last night's session of "nature stuff" with my local Kea Scouts was fun and rewarding.
What a difference a day makes when it comes to the fate of the Denniston Plateau.
Step aside tigers, wolves, and elephants - a rare New Zealand parrot is officially the world's most loved species.
Monarch butterflies are gathering to make their seasonal spectacle.
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Showing love for longfins