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The Government’s announcement that the Mōkihinui River catchment will be added to Kahurangi National Park is the culmination of a long, hard campaign, led by Forest & Bird.
Photos of the area can be downloaded here.
A plan for renewed tahr control operations breaches the National Parks Act, and does more for wealthy overseas heli-hunters than it does for protecting the environment, says Forest & Bird.
OceanaGold should pull out of its exploratory drilling programme on public conservation land, says Forest & Bird.
The company have announced that it has found gold and silver within Coromandel Forest Park. More drilling is planned.
Forest & Bird says it's important the Ngaruroro river is recognised and protected for its outstanding values.
Forest & Bird is demanding an end to trawling in Hector’s dolphin habitat, following the deaths of three more of the endangered dolphins on Monday, as announced by Fisheries Inshore NZ.
New Zealand’s largest independent conservation organisation is throwing its weight behind the young people striking from school on 15 March to demand action on climate change.
An end to tenure review is a vital reprieve for some of New Zealand’s most endangered species, says Forest & Bird.
Four endangered NZ sea lions have been killed in commercial fishing nets in one week, making this the third day in a row endangered animals have been confirmed dead at the hands of the commercial fishing industry.
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