Sirocco the kākāpō. Our social media superstar!
Photo: Sabine Bernert ©

Introduction

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See updates on DOC's work around the country. 

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A behind-the-scenes look at DOC's conservation work. 

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YouTube

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Videos about conservation in New Zealand.

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LinkedIn

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Find out about DOC's role as an employer and read stories about our staff and partners.

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A carefully curated collection of inspiring conservation images from around the web.

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Enjoy our photostream or show us your photos with our Love New Zealand group on flickr.

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Storify

See our collection on Storify
Our collection of social content grouped by topics.

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Disqus for DOC website comments

Learn more about how we use Disqus 'the web's most popular discussion system' on the DOC website.

 

Species

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Sirocco the kākāpō

Join Sirocco on Facebook and Twitter
This charismatic kākāpō is not only a national treasure, a living legend and a rockstar, but he's also New Zealand's official Spokesbird for conservation.

 

Recreation

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Wildside New Zealand

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We're all about Aotearoa New Zealand – living it, loving it, looking after it – together.

 

People at DOC

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Director-General, Lou Sanson

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News, views and adventures from Lou Sanson, DOC's Director-General.

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Threatened Species Ambassador, Nicola Toki

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Nicola's role is to raise awareness and inspire action for our threatened native plants and animals.

Community rules

To ensure our social media channels are used constructively and for the good of the community, DOC has established some community rules.

Competition terms and conditions

Terms and conditions for promotions run through Department of Conservation Facebook pages.

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