Have your say on proposed parking restrictions in Whakapapa Village. Submissions close 19 May 2017.
A sea lion has been found with gunshot wounds.
11 of New Zealand’s rarest kiwi have been returned to the Haast Kiwi Sanctuary.
Kiwi Guardians is part of the Wild Dunedin festival.
Mountain biking is now permitted from 1 May to 30 November.
Two recent storm events in the Waikato region have caused significant damage to the Hakarimata Summit Track at Ngaruawahia, resulting in its closure until repairs can be completed.
A rarely-seen bird is returning to Pauatahanui Wildlife Reserve in Porirua.
Tertiary students with an interest in conservation can gain skills and experience to complement their study in this summer's internship programme.
Inquiry unit | Levels: 1-4 | In the environment: Use this resource to experience native trees in your school grounds or another local green space.
Comment on the CSP Annual Plan for 2017/18. It contains the research proposals that will be subject to cost recovery from the commercial fishing industry. Submissions close 15 May 2017 at 5 pm.
Receive updates about the work undertaken by DOC staff and volunteers at the Nelson Lakes Office.
Have your say on the Minister's intention to grant a concession to Avondale College in the Tongariro Conservation Area. Submissions close 14 June 2017.
Cyclone Cook is bringing severe weather over New Zealand during Easter. High winds and rainfall are expected. There is a risk of floods, landslides and falling branches on conservation areas.
A young kea was released back into the wild in Fiordland after vets treated his severely injured leg.
Have you say on the Minister of Conservation's intention to grant a variation to the concession held by Tourism Milford Limited. Submissions close 14 June 2017.
The Mount Allen buttercup was found by DOC botanists on a remote mountain range on Stewart Island/Rakiura.
Specially-trained dogs have been unleashed on Auckland’s islands to guard our unique native birds against predators.
Kōrure (mottled petrels) have been translocated from Whenua Hou (Codfish Island) to their new home at Maungaharuru.
A quarterly newsletter of conservation education stories and resources relevant to the current school term.
Read about the 2016 winners who are making a difference to the environment.