Western weka, Sinbad Valley in FiordlandPHOTO: Sabine Bernert ©
Get outdoors and into nature this Conservation Week, 1-8 November. There are lots of great activities for you and your family to take part in.
Today's photo of the week is of a shining cuckoo/pīpīwharauroa that has returned to New Zealand for the summer to breed.
The Great Walks season is now underway in Whanganui and our staff are putting the final touches to a massive three months of clean up work following record floods in June.
One month ago today, the conservation community lost one of its pioneers. Allan Munn writes about the life of Gary 'Arab' Aburn.
An application by the Hawke's Bay Regional Investment Company to exchange land required for the Ruataniwha water storage scheme has been approved.
Nicola Toki is DOC's Threatened Species Ambassador. Her role is to raise awareness and inspire action for our threatened native plants and animals.
More than $8 million has been granted to support 120 community-based groups working alongside DOC on conservation projects this year.
Akaroa business Black Cat Cruises have signed up to a programme developed by DOC to increase the protection of marine mammals.