A project to protect native species and enhance the landscape of Cape Foulwind in Buller will be boosted by support from the DOC Community Fund, Conservation Minister Eugenie Sage has announced.
The reclusive rock wren/tuke is on the rise in Kahurangi National Park due to our predator control programme, recent monitoring confirms.
DOC is delighted four of its Otago Icon heritage sites have been included as part of the Landmarks Whenua Tohunga programme, launched at an event in Dunedin today.
Have your say on the current and future management of Molesworth Station. Submissions close 31 March 2018.
December 2017 - February 2018: We're looking for volunteers to support the work of our Marine Ranger in monitoring leopard seals throughout the Christmas/summer period.
A 171-year-old mystery, at the site of the battle of Ruapekapeka in Northland, has been solved.
DOC is investing in road signage on a problematic West Coast backcountry road this summer but says travellers must prepare, drive to the conditions and expect more traffic.
An Invercargill man has been fined for dumping vacuum cleaners and other rubbish in the Seaward Moss Conservation Area.
This is the final report for the Seabird Liaison for Surface Longline Fleet Programme 2016/17
DOC Hawke’s Bay is looking for wardens at Waitara/Glenn Falls, Everetts and Kuripapango campsites.
Final annual report for the Identification and storage of cold-water corals 2016/17.
A partnership between DOC, Te Arai and Mangawhai Shorebirds Trust, Te Uri o Hau Settlement Trust, and Boffa Miskell will protect the endangered fairy tern.
People journeying on SH1 through Kaikoura this summer can camp overnight at DOC campsites or take a break for a walk or seal viewing in areas where access isn’t restricted due to earthquake damage or the highway rebuild.
Wellington has gained two new front-line Department of Conservation rangers – a Pest Detection dog called Flint and his handler, Richard Johnston.
Lou talks about a high-altitude rescue on Aoraki/Mount Cook, research into false killer whales, Purangi Kiwi, the New Zealand River Awards and myrtle rust.
DOC has worked closely with the Ngāti Pārau Hapū of Waiōhiki Marae since 1987 to manage and protect Ōtātara Pā Historic Reserve.
A Nelson man has been fined $16,000 for commercial fishing in a West Coast marine reserve.
Get tips for enjoying the summer from DOC in Manawatu.
DOC rangers in the Rotorua area are preparing for a hot dry summer and the extreme fire risk that comes with it.
A Responsible Camping Ranger will be roaming the Catlins coast this summer to help educate visitors on appropriate places to camp.