Western weka, Sinbad Valley in FiordlandPHOTO: Sabine Bernert ©
Ngā Whenua Rāhui run two funds that protect the natural integrity of Māori land and preserve mātauranga Māori. Find out what it's achieved over 25 years.
Diane Oliver ensures DOC's Palmerston North office keeps ticking and the needs of staff are met. Come behind the scenes and into her world.
On 26 August 1866 the first telegraph line was laid between the North and the South Islands forever changing New Zealand and its relationship with the world.
To celebrate the 99th anniversary of America's National Parks, US Ambassador Mark Gilbert met with our own ambassador bird, Sirocco the kākāpō.
Hundreds of invasive weeds are smothering our native forests, wetlands and coastal areas, harming our wildlife and transforming our natural landscapes.
Take part in DOC’s National Geocaching Challenge. You could be the Geocaching Challenge Champion, and win great prizes.
Kākāpō Recovery has been boosted by almost $70,000 following two successful fundraisers, initiated by supporters of the programme.
New Zealanders will be encouraged to roll up their sleeves and join forces to fight against invasive weeds in a new campaign launched today by Conservation Minister Maggie Barry.