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If you’re starting to feel the cold (well probably not in Queensland at the moment) your pet will be feeling the cold too. Pets need comfort and warmth to sleep well and since a lot of them often sleep, even through the day, a bit of thought should be put into their needs. 386 more words
By Chrissy Wickes, Services Ranger (Biodiversity)
Scientists, John Marris and James Russell, have completed several research trips to the Antipodes Islands.
They have found a number of unique species of invertebrates on the islands, as well as clear evidence that mice are having a significant impact on the invertebrate species on the main Antipodes Island. 273 more words
I love Chicago, but for once it’s nice to be in a city where, when you leave its limits, there’s actually, like, stuff to do. Most Midwestern cities are surrounded by rolling suburbs and acre upon acre of cornfields. 413 more words
By Timothy Maule, Trainee Ranger, Turangi
DOC Central Plateau and Project Tongariro staff went bush recently for a snail-counting mission in the Waipakihi Valley.
Ripping up the Waipakihi in a chopper with a pack full of gear, one dog, some rifles and enough food to feed a tribe for eight days seemed too good to be true. 696 more words