The Community Conservation Partnership Fund together with dedicated volunteer contribution has helped control predators in the Rotoehu Area, Rotorua.
DOC is no longer confident the local organisation managing visits to the tunnels can ensure the safety of visitors.
Join us in Wellington for a two-day forum, to talk about how mapping tools can help us with conservation.
Rakiura Charters Limited has applied to renew and amend their permit to view marine mammals. Submissions close: 22 May 2015.
Field monitoring results indicate rats and stoats have succesfully been knocked back across large areas of South Island beech forest this summer.
Our smallest species of kiwi made a return to Fiordland over the weekend. Their arrival completing a century-long round trip.
Ongoing complaints about dogs at the Department of Conservation Kuripapango campsite are raising concern.
Volunteers are needed to work with DOC rangers to help keep takahē safe and healthy at the Burwood Bush Takahē Rearing Unit.
The new 20-bed Pahautea Hut is now open to the public.
Services Ranger David Heller and the Kerikeri crew spent three days last week doing track maintenance on the Cape Brett Track.
A Canterbury school group’s dream of halting the decline of kiwi in their local conservation area is a step closer to reality with the release of up to ten adult birds this autumn.
In the lead up to the centenary of the ANZAC Day landings, DOC looks back at the significance that WWI played in New Zealand’s cultural identity.
Become a volunteer at the Ohau Point waterfall and Point Keen, Kaikoura.
Finding unusual plants, or hearing a strange new bird call, has been a regular occurrence for the Nukuhou Saltmarsh Care Group but an Easter Sunday surprise was something entirely different.
Join us for Restoration Day 2015 'Innovative Restoration' and take part in this year’s amazing line-up of workshops.
A highlight of volunteering on Motuihe Island was finding a new tuatara burrow.
An easy short walk to a lookout point with panoramic views over the southern end of Lake Taupo.
DOC has completed the removal of Gardiner Hut which was deemed beyond repair after a significant rock avalanche in July 2014.
The much-loved Flora Hut in Kahurangi National Park is warmer and looking fresh after a spruce up by the Nelson Tramping Club.
A community-led initiative to protect whio (blue duck) from predators along the Pohangina River.