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A fresh colour and fresh coat of paint for the volunteer kiosk at the Huka Falls car park came about thanks to Dulux donated paint and painters, and locals volunteering their time.
For the first time ever, the global public will be able to watch kakapo nesting activity live, thanks to a special partnership between Telecom NZ and Kākāpō Recovery.
A nationally endangered wetland bittern found in a weak condition on a Taupō farm paddock late last month has undertaken a circuitous three-week journey back to more familiar surroundings.
Read issue 10, Autumn 2014 edition of Behind the Scenes. Includes details about a major predator control response, kids activities in Fiordland and Southland, Conservation Dog ‘staff’ profile, whio and takahē updates, volunteering and training with DOC, and a feature article on how to become an urban naturalist.
The Department of Conservation and Mokoia Islannd Board of Trustees thank the community for their contribution towards the recent pest incursion response.
What do an All Black and a DOC takahē ranger have in common? Tricky footwork and some good catching skills! DOC's Helen Dodson talks takahē on the Conservation Blog.
Sea snakes and kraits are occasional visitors to New Zealand’s waters, arriving here naturally from time to time on ocean currents.
The Mangakara Walk, 30 minutes from Hamilton, is only 1.5 km and is the ideal place for a crash course in identifying our native trees.
The Department of Conservation is planning to harvest some of the pine forest on Kawau Island Historic Reserve. Find out how you can be involved in this project.
Interested agencies and organisations are invited to submit nominations for the position of Director of the Queen Elizabeth the second National Trust Board.
Eighty five endangered grand and Otago skinks have been collected near Wanaka in an operation led by the Department of Conservation (DOC) aimed at increasing their numbers.
Mata-au Scientific Reserve was part of Bendigo Station, but has been retired from farming after recent tenure review, and now is managed by the Department of Conservation (DOC) as a scientific reserve.
The Prime Minister John Key today joined Kaipara farmers Gill and Kevin Adshead in welcoming eight more Northland brown kiwi to the Gardner family farm, 65 km north of Auckland.
The Northland Conservation Board welcomes the new Community Conservation Partnership Fund announced by Conservation Minister Dr Nick Smith on 30 March 2014.
Get the agenda, minutes, reports and presentations for the Conservation Services Programme Technical Working Group meeting of 17 April 2014.
Recently 40 Otago Polytechnic students from the Scarfie Army did something different during their first week back in Dunedin. As well as the usual toga parties and raves, these energetic scarfies spent two days volunteering.
The Department of Conservation is asking Nelson gardeners to consider planting cover crops that don’t attract the great white butterfly to their garden.
The new Community Conservation Partnership Fund is a much needed boost to on-the-ground projects. DOC is holding a funding workshop in Gisborne on Tuesday 15 April to assist community groups complete their applications.
Eleven Coromandel brown kiwi have this week been relocated from the Moehau Kiwi Sanctuary on the Coromandel Peninsula to predator free Motutapu Island in the Hauraki Gulf Marine Park.