Native to some parts of Australia, the rainbow lorikeet was illegally released in Auckland in the 1990s. This dominant and prolific bird now poses a significant threat to our native wildlife.
Find out about Poutiri Ao ō Tāne, a unique ecological and social project aimed at bringing native wildlife back into the lives of people in Hawke's Bay.
Find out how a major weeding exercise at Huramua Reserve, in the Hawke's Bay region, is helping to keep safe the nationally endangered shrub Pittosporum obcordatum.
Learn why Gambusia affinis were originally introduced to New Zealand and how this pest fish is now negatively impacting our freshwater ecosystems.
Learn how deer negatively impact New Zealand's native forests.
Koi carp contribute to poor water quality and are a serious problem in both Australia and New Zealand.
Boundary Stream Mainland Island, located on the eastern flanks of the Maungaharuru Range, is home to a number of threatened native species.
Learn ways you can help with Boundary Stream Mainland Island conservation activities.
View Wellington Hawke’s Bay Conservancy’s most recently issued pesticide summary – covering the Hawke’s Bay, Manawatu, Wellington/Kapiti and Wairarapa.
View a series of short videos on 1080 and its effect on water, flora and fauna.
This brochure shows how targeted pest control can help our vulnerable native species that are under attack by imported predators.