The voting system for Forest & Bird’s annual Bird of the Year competition has been beefed up this year, following a long history of voting fraud.
In recent days, a flock of candidate for Bird of the Year have received rejection letters from staff in the Prime Minister’s office. But who will she support in 2019?
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A series of bird-nappings on Campbell Island has citizens fearing for their lives, with local police saying they are on the hunt for two Subantarctic suspects.
Bust out your tissues and get ready to Tweet the drama, because the first bird couple in Married at First Flight: Lovebirds will take you on a romantic roller-coaster.
This week’s quacker of a quiz is all about seabirds. How much do you really know about your favourite shag? What the heck is a Hutton’s shearwater and what’s the deal with penguins?!
Watch this week’s episode of BNN news with Taylor, our human reporter — who is definitely volunteering his time willingly.
The finalists for Penguin of the Year have been announced by the humans at National Aquarium of New Zealand. But will you vote for the Good Party of the Naughty Party?
Aunt Dot is here to answer your questions about love, life, and the breeding season. In this month’s column, she helps a lonely kākā find his match in Wellington.
Forest heavyweight boxing champion Mike Flyson defended his title against challenger Floyd Mayfeather at Orokonui Stadium in Dunedin on Saturday night.
Controversy has struck the kea campaign after shocking footage of two birds destroying human vehicles emerged online.
Syril the Stoat loves birds as much as the next mammalian predator. But he’s bloody sick of copping the blame for the deaths of 25 million birds every year.
Waterproof feathers are flying in the annual showdown between resident kororā (little penguins) at the National Aquarium of New Zealand. Who will knock “that asshole” Timmy off his throne?
A delegation of 27 glossy ibises landed in New Zealand yesterday, raising questions about whether they will throw their beak in the running for Bird of the Year.
In a shock decision, Forest & Bird has allowed a species that may no longer exist to enter Aotearoa’s most prestigious avian election.