An exciting or unusual experience that may involve some level of risk and have an uncertain outcome.
Many different types of plants and animals. Bio = biological (living) and diversity = variety.
The protection against pests and diseases.
cultural heritage area
A place that represents our history and our identity.
distress beacon (also known as a personal or emergency locator beacon)
A small, lightweight device that transmits a signal via satellites to tell rescuers you need assistance.
The interactions of living things together with the environment that they inhabit and depend on.
All the external factors influencing the life and activities of people, plants, and animals e.g. other animals and plants, water, soils, weather, daylight.
An area of land used to grow crops and/or raise livestock.
A place where plants and animals live.
A Māori philosophy of health involving the physical, mental and emotional, social, and spiritual dimensions of well-being.
Going on long walks in the countryside.
Species that is not native and that has arrived through human activity.
A reserve of natural land owned by the government set aside for environmental protection and recreation.
Naturally found in a location but may be found in more than one country.
Animals that hunt and kill other animals for food.
Helping something that has been damaged, degraded, or destroyed.
Relating to the countryside.
The surface and physical features or an area of land.
Relating to a town or city.
What the weather is expected to be like in the future.
The worst possible thing that could happen in a particular situation. Used in risk management planning.