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A behind the scenes look at how the Department of Conservation looks after New Zealand’s unique native species and natural environment.

DOC Sounds of Science Podcast Department of Conservation

    • Government
    • 5.0, 45 Ratings

A behind the scenes look at how the Department of Conservation looks after New Zealand’s unique native species and natural environment.

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
45 Ratings

45 Ratings

Bullster29 ,

FANTASTIC!!

This is a fantastic idea and I love the way that it is so informative and done in such a relaxed way, Nic you are an amazing ambassador for DOC and inspire and educate people about this amazing country we live in and the incredable diverse flora and farna we share it with, so thank you for your hard work.

Harry 6755 ,

BRILLIANT!

I love what this podcast could be. NZ has sooo many native species that people don’t know a lot about and can be a great way to educate people. Please keep these coming.

keenkiwi ,

Awesome!!!

This is a fantastic idea! Hoping you will do some episodes which include bats, koura (crawlies), tuna (eels), and black mudfish, lizards, insects and more, exploring how we learn more about them, what data is useful to collect, what we can do as citizen scientists and who can help with the process of learning and conserve these. Also be great to learn about habitat protection such as weed control, what to be aware of when removing trees and plants (and debris from these), what to plant around waterways and what not to etc.

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