26 January 2023
Magic Millbrook welcomes native birds home
Players at the famous Millbrook Golf Course will receive a warm welcome of renewed bird song as a result of hard work from the staff and community to control invasive predators, and provide habitat for precious native plants and animals.
Wetlands are areas where water is the primary factor controlling the environment and associated plant and animal life.
Know before you go
Take care of Aotearoa, and always be prepared for your trip.
DOC Sounds of Science podcast
Our mighty and iconic kauri is under threat from a notorious fungus-type pathogen. In our newest episode, ranger Hana Harris shares her passion for kauri, and tips for how you can help.
Dogs on conservation land
Where you can take your dog on public conservation land, disability assist dogs, avian awareness training and why dog access is controlled.More
DOC-funded scholarships support critical climate change and biodiversity research
Research to help address the impact of the climate crisis on biodiversity is a notable feature amongst topics that received DOC postgraduate scholarship funding this year.
DOC’s Coromandel campsites and huts closed amid weather emergency
DOC huts and campsites across the Coromandel Peninsula have been closed to visitors amid warning-level weather forecasts and treacherous driving conditions.
DOC advice on wildlife, tracks and facilities in greater Auckland region
DOC teams based in Auckland, the Hauraki Gulf Islands and Great Barrier Island have been responding to the extreme weather event.
Whio take flight in Canterbury
Thirteen juvenile whio/blue duck are now riding river rapids in Arthur’s Pass National Park, after being helicoptered to their new home last week.More