Whenua Iti students work together to protect native taonga in their community
Image: Whenua Iti Outdoors | ©
In a world first, DOC, with the support of Auckland Tourism Events and Economic Development, has launched a nature app that incorporates Te Reo Māori, Chinese and English translations.
DOC and Creative New Zealand welcome submissions for Wild Creations 2020, an initiative supporting artists to engage with nature and conservation.
Have your say on our options to improve the TIES Act, or offer your own ideas to help New Zealand support endangered species. Submissions close 5 pm 25 October 2019.
Putting a wider range of accommodation options at visitors' fingertips will allow for an even better camping and tramping experience this summer.More
A posse of helpers is needed to help figure out if the Australasian Bittern population is booming in the Bay of Plenty.
A 51-year-old Chinese tourist was found deceased near Red Crater in Tongariro National Park on Sunday.
A fatality on the Tongariro Alpine Crossing over the weekend is being acknowledged with a rāhui.
Protecting backyard native wildlife just got easier for Taranaki residents as DOC opens the regions first trap library.More