Follow the Endangered Species Foundation's journey in setting up a conservation fund for New Zealand's rarest of the rare - critically endangered fauna and flora on the brink of extinction. The future of New Zealand's most vulnerable is uncertain - nearly 4,000 indigenous species are in danger of being lost. We we have a chance to pledge our commitment and support to protect our extraordinary species and unique habitats, now and into the future. We are committed to preserving the rarest of the rare, by funding results orientated conservation projects, with the support of New Zealanders like you.
Wednesday, 22 June 2016
Sunday, 19 June 2016
10. Dune swale daphne (Pimelea act)
Wednesday, 15 June 2016
Tuesday, 8 March 2016
A wild coastal peppercress plant on the Nelson coast (Photo: Department of Conservation).
Alice Lloyd-Fitt, Dunedin Botanic Garden’s Propagation Services Officer oversees apprentice Lucy Parsons sowing coastal peppercress seed in the new cultivation facility at the Dunedin Botanic Garden (Photo: Mike Thorsen)
Seedlings of critically endangered coastal peppercress growing at Dunedin Botanic Garden (Photo: Liz Sherwood)
Sunday, 21 February 2016
Monday, 7 September 2015
- a biography of the species or habitat, including estimated population;
- why it is a priority for protection;
- what has already been done to help it;
- what still needs to be done to prevent its extinction;
- and, how much it will cost.
|The Mokohinau stag beetle - one of ESF's priority species. Photo Andrew Townsend/DOC/MONZ|