New Zealanders spend millions on feeding wild birds every year, mainly for pleasure, survey finds.
Wasp densities in South Island beech forests are the highest on earth. Could mites be the solution?
An attempt to smuggle live reptiles into New Zealand has been sniffed out by a crafty beagle named Lilly.
A vineyard manager who will bring home three rare, ferocious predators is excited but a little overwhelmed.
Researchers are hoping to successfully translocate a group of short-tailed bats, a feat never achieved before.
As the kaka population thrives their propensity for stripping tree bark is causing havoc in the Botanic Gardens.
Traces of a toxic algae have been found in Lake Forsyth, prompting warnings to avoid swimming and fishing in the area.
Meet the city-dwellers fighting to preserve the tiny patches of green that keep our cities alive.
DOC likely to drop 1080 poison on Eglinton Valley in Fiordland National Park.
Cambridge's George Dingle and his five friends share a unique pastime.
In a tale fit for a Bear Grylls-type survival show, a tiny tuatara has beaten the odds and survived six months with a throng of carnivorous tuatara teens.
Sven Herselman meets a Marlborough farmer who is working hard to conserve the land.
The risk of tropical cyclones this summer is "slightly higher" than normal.
Auckland Council will review reporting procedures after revelations the public wasn't told a toxic herbicide had got into two reservoir lakes.
Parawera the kiwi will be tracked and examined to ensure she's ready to roam, breed and forage in a 3500-hectare predator-free haven.
Waikato's Sanctuary Mountain is a self-sustainable haven for kiwi. Rachel Thomas tags along with some bird fans for a kiwi health check.
The new conservation minister comes out strongly in favour of the pesticide.
Hunters with DoC-issued permits have been kicked out of the Urewera Ranges.
Auckland's bees got through winter well and are doing fine, prominent beekeeper says.
Northland Regional Council is using sex as a weapon in the fight against the guava moth.
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