View from the Kepler TrackImage: Daniel Deans | DOC
October is Save Kiwi Month. There are heaps of ways to get involved, during the month and also throughout the year.
Uncontrolled weeds, like the pink ragwort, are destroying our native landscapes and pushing out native plants and animals.
Thames-based DOC staff got more than they bargained for when answering a call-out about a suspected orca stranding recently.
DOC’s Outward Bound scholarship offers a development opportunity for our future conservation leaders. Natalie de Burgh, a previous scholarship recipient, shares her experience.
Find out the four winners of this Conservation Week competition that encouraged classes to make a difference in their local area.
The forum is calling for submissions on 20 site proposals for possible inclusion in a network of marine protected areas. Submissions close 20 December 2016.
DOC has decided not to make a submission on the application of Trans Tasman Resources Ltd to mine iron-sand from the sea bed offshore from South Taranaki.
A new estimate of Māui dolphin numbers is encouraging for the future of the species, Primary Industries Minister Nathan Guy and Conservation Minister Maggie Barry say.