View from the Kepler TrackImage: Daniel Deans | DOC
This March we're celebrating the whio – New Zealand's iconic blue duck. Find out how to get involved and enter our #whioduckface photo competition today.
Visit Cape Palliser at this time of year and the seal pups are sure to be performing their underwater acrobatics in rock pools or having a snooze in the sun.
Volunteers worked tirelessly at one of New Zealand’s largest ever pilot whale strandings at Farewell Spit last month.
We follow the work over a season with the Whio Recovery Programme at the Central Southern Alps Security Site.
Sirocco our kākāpō conservation ambassador and media superstar has gone ‘off the grid’ for some island solitude.
An ambitious goal to rid New Zealand of the most damaging introduced predators that threaten our nation’s natural taonga, our economy and primary sector.
Watch a video about our whio creche (also known as the whio 'bootcamp' or hardening facility) where young whio go to grow stronger and get used to fast flowing water.
Learn the important features of skinks and geckos, and how to take useful photos to help identify them.
The Living Water partnership is looking at juvenile eels in Northland.
DOC and Goodnature have deployed a network of self-resetting stoat traps on Great Island in Fiordland.
Three Stewart Island groups will receive $140,000 from DOC’s Community Fund.
DOC is working with fundraisers on a plan to safely walk the Tongariro Alpine Crossing.