Official launch of Birding West Coast Tuesday 21 July
Birding West Coast is being launched on the West Coast Tuesday 21 July and aims to get visitors staying longer in the region by promoting its unique bird-watching experiences.
Parrots' return to Raoul Island 'a conservation first'
Stuff.co.nz The return of red-crowned parakeets or kakariki to Raoul Island after 150 years...
DoC probes sighting of `extinct' kokako-stuff.co.nz
Golden Bay amateur ornithologist Alec Milne is convinced he's seen a South Island kokako...
Many NZ bird species at risk - stuff.co.nz
New Zealand birds are struggling to survive, with many species and subspecies at risk, new research shows...
Possum pill breakthrough - stuff.co.nz
A breakthrough in the search for a possum contraceptive could cut the use of the controversial pest-control poison 1080.
Keeping kakapo alive - stuff.co.nz
Keeping alive New Zealand's most endangered chicks is a never-ending procedure
Stephen Fry in Wellington for the birds
One of Karori Sanctuary's newest arrivals received an extra-special welcome to its new home, from British writer and comedian Stephen Fry.
Buller's birds still charm
Walter Buller is known as New Zealand's leading 19th century ornithologist but by today's standards he would be regarded as a major threat to native birds.
Kiwi find gulf sanctuary
Nine endangered little spotted kiwi were released on to an island sanctuary in the Hauraki Gulf.
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