Click here for a copy of our February newsletter which features the latest trapping and pest monitoring results, the first sighting of myrtle rust within the Ark, a summary of recent research about pet cats in the UK, wasps and biocontrol agents, our kōkako kōrero, and gorgeous photos of our native pepeketua/ Hochstetter frog & kōkako chicks.

Photo: myrtle rust on native ramarama (Lophomyrtus bullata) in the Ark in the Park. Photographer: Sam Lincoln.

Ark in the Park is located in the Waitākere Ranges, which are currently closed to minimise the spread of kauri dieback disease.