Predator control is increasing the chances for native species to survive and thrive in the Abel Tasman National Park with a trapping milestone reached last
A collaborative project with Golden Bay landowners is seeing feral goat numbers drastically reduce around the park’s halo. Project Janszoon is funding the Department of
The Abel Tasman Youth Ambassador (ATYA) programme (formerly Student Advisory Board) provides students the opportunity to develop and grow as leaders, connect with other passionate
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
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.
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
Motueka Ant Surveillance 2020 By DOC biodiversity ranger Renan Falleiros Biosecurity of the National Parks against the presence of invasive species which can cause severe