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Tuesday, June 18, 2019
photo of a red boat on a lake

If you like trout, think about catfish

All it would take to cause irreversible damage to our lakes and tributaries is one person transporting a catfish or its eggs to a...
A group of people at a town meeting

Bay Conservation Alliance launches with big aspirations for nature conservation

Bay Conservation Alliance launched on Friday 21st September 2018 as part of National Conservation Week and with the support of Conservation Minister Hon. Eugenie...
A photograph of a person standing next to a Kauri tree

Memories on my branches

There has been a lot of talk about Kauri Dieback in the media recently. The closing of tracks in the Waitakere Ranges, and the...
photograph of a cat

Alfie’s recovery from hypotherrrrmia, brrrr!

Keeping your pet warm with a cosy and comfortable place to sleep is a priority. Hypothermia (abnormally low body temperature) can be life-threatening and kittens...
Photograph of Welcome Bay Vet Clinic patient and advocate, Amber a Labrador

Amber recovers

Amber is a seven year old Labrador Cross dog who does regular hospital visits, where her gentle and lovely nature no doubt brightens the...

Cat Fact Sheet – Time to bell the cat!

New Zealanders love native birds in their towns and cities. But a lot of us love our cats too. In urban areas, there are...
Tinker the black pet cat on a blue sheet background

Five Tips to Boost Your Pet’s Health and Longevity

Provide a loving environment – animals (and humans!) thrive when they are provided with a loving and environment where they are nurtured and...

A dusk to dawn bush experience

Experiencing the intensity of the New Zealand bush at night then waking up to hear native birds in a rousing dawn chorus. However for one...
Xray of a cat head

Who shot Cat the cat?

This x-ray belongs to a cat called Cat. Seriously, that’s his name – no typo. It’s the best his owner could come up with...
Photograph of a Tui, a Tui is a native New Zealand bird that has a blue black plumage with a large white wattle on its throat is is an example of the varied wildlife found in New Zealand

Cats and Wildlife

Looking after your cat responsibly ensuring that they are well cared for and do not threaten wildlife is an important part of helping to...