The number of black-fronted tern chicks surviving to fledgling stage in the Waiau Toa/Clarence River has more than tripled since the start of a five-year protection programme.
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Predator Deadpool 2018: What's on the list…
Feral cats, hedgehogs, ferrets. They may look cute and fluffy, but they are among a number of predators killing the
Investigations continue in MPI’s response to the detection of the new-to-New Zealand cattle disease Mycoplasma bovis on a farm in South Canterbury.
All are welcome to enjoy a morning outdoors at a community planting event at Te Punatarakao wetland on Saturday 19 May from 11am, hosted by Te Rūnanga o Waihao.
With duck shooting season starting on Saturday May 5, Environment Canterbury and the Ministry for Primary Industries are reminding everyone in the Canterbury region of the importance of cleaning their...
A fish screen is required whenever a water take could impact fish. They are designed to protect fish, including trout, salmon as well as native fish by keeping them out...
Environment Canterbury was nationally recognised for its role in the Kaikōura Harbour Remediation Project at last night’s New Zealand Society of Local Government Managers (SOLGM) Awards.The regional council won the...
From Monday 16th April we will be spraying Spartina across sites along the Avon Heathcote Estuary. We will have signs in the areas that have been sprayed.
Environment Canterbury was called around 8 am Wednesday 4 April about a number of dead eels in Kaputone Creek.
They may be challenging to catch but the slippery eels surveyed at Wainono Lagoon this month provide us with valuable information. Read more about the Wainono lagoon eel population.
Environment Canterbury announced today that it had started the release programme for the new rabbit haemorrhagic virus disease strain, RHDV1 K5.
Environment Canterbury announced today that Council had accepted the recommendations of a Hearing Panel on the Canterbury Regional Pest Management Plan.