Finding the right balance: Recovering weka are taking their toll on native snails By Ruth Bollongino, Project Janszoon Science Advisor At first glance, it is
A 17-year-old in Tākaka is ruffling feathers in the conservation community because of his talent for ornithology, or bird-spotting — he’s already considered something of
Conservation workers and volunteers have reached the milestone of removing more than 40,000 rats from the Abel Tasman National Park. Figures from Project Janszoon show
Abel Tasman Youth Ambassador from Golden Bay High School Bradley Shields writes about his personal quest to prove that spotless crake live at Hadfield Clearing.
When Bradley Shields came across a small set of prints in a swamp within the Abel Tasman National Park, he suspected they could have been
A Mārahau trapping group established during lockdown aims to build on the predator control work in the Abel Tasman National Park and create a “pest
Mārahau locals are getting behind a new trapping project creating a pest free halo around the southern entrance to the Abel Tasman National Park. Mārahau