View from the Kepler TrackImage: Daniel Deans | DOC
Have your say on the draft Threatened Species Strategy. Submissions close 31 July 2017.
Have you found a seal in an unusual place or it looks injured? Here’s what to do when you find a New Zealand fur seal and why.
It has been one year since the goal of a Predator Free New Zealand by 2050 was announced. To celebrate we’re reflecting on a few of the highlights from the past year.
DOCs Dirty Dozen Saloon was a hit at Fieldays. Now there’s a bounty out for DOCs most wanted weeds. Submit sightings of the Dirty Dozen weeds and you’ll be in to win $100.
Our Director-General Lou Sanson talks about: DOC and Tūhoe win IPANZ award, Fire and Emergency New Zealand agreement launched, Aucklanders kill stoats in Fiordland, Antipodean wandering albatross in crisis and Hihi Recovery Group success.
An endangered Marlborough green gecko, a long-term resident at the Fiordland National Park Visitor Centre, has been stolen.
Monday 31 July is World Ranger Day, acknowledging the critical work of rangers on the front-line of conservation across the globe. For us, it’s a chance to celebrate the amazing things that our hard-working rangers do across Aotearoa all year round.
Myrtle rust is a fungal disease that severely attacks plants in the myrtle family including pōhutukawa, mānuka and rātā. It is now in New Zealand.
A new strategy and action plan will better equip New Zealanders, especially children and young people, with the knowledge, skills and motivation to tackle environmental issues.
Tourists visiting a Rotorua geothermal attraction have been observed disturbing populations of one of New Zealand’s most threatened bird species, a few months ahead of the critical breeding time for the species.
DOC's Hauraki District staff are making good progress with the massive clean up job resulting from the ‘Tasman Tempest’ storms that swept the Coromandel Peninsula and other parts of the North Island in March.
Conservation Minister Maggie Barry says the Predator Free 2050 project is making good progress on the first anniversary of its announcement at Zealandia in Wellington.