We are looking for two new rangers to join the field team at Bottle Rock peninsula.
• physically fit and self-motivated;
• someone who loves working in the outdoors;
• passionate about helping to restore our native biodiversity; and
• looking to develop your skills in the field?
If so, we want to hear from you!
In this video, a few members of the ZIP team talk about our work at Bottle Rock peninsula in the beautiful Queen Charlotte Sound.
ZIP's new invasive predator research enclosure in Lincoln was officially opened yesterday by Hon Maggie Barry, Minister of Conservation.
This facility will play a key role in enabling us to rapidly develop new technology to remove invasive predators and their impact on our native species and the New Zealand economy.
You can learn more about the new enclosure here and here, and a few photos from the day are shared after the jump.
What does a 'typical' day for a ZIP Field Ranger look like? Briar Cook offers us a window on her world in this update from the 'conservation frontline'.