Twelve kākāriki or yellow-crowned parakeet released into the Abel Tasman National Park today are the first captive raised kākāriki to ever be released onto the
Eleven kākāriki or yellow-crowned parakeet will today begin their journey from the Marlborough Sounds to a new life in the Abel Tasman National Park. The
Four schools from the Nelson/Tasman area are to adopt and improve sections of the Abel Tasman National Park as part of a unique new education
To answer that first question: they must have been once, given the sub-fossil remains from caves within or at least very close to the park.
The largest stoat trapping network undertaken by a private trust in New Zealand is about to be completed, enabling the reintroduction of birds like pāteke
Two penguin chicks in burrow on Fisherman Island—they are about one week away from having a fully developed wet suit and being able to have
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