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Without permits, there is a risk personal taonga made from, or with, animal parts such as feathers and bone or kākahu (cloaks) will be confiscated during your travel.
DOC is working with the hunting sector and the Tahr Plan Implementation Liaison Group to over time reduce the size of the tahr population back within the limits of the Himalayan Thar Control Plan 1993.More
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.
Charges have been brought against two men for removing bracket fungus from the Waireinga/Bridal Veil Falls Track near Raglan. The men appeared in the Hamilton District Court on Tuesday morning.
It’s official – for the first time in more than 70 years, the kākāpō population is a record 213 birds.
Whanganui DOC staff are reminding whitebaiters to keep to the rules which remain unchanged for the 2019 fishing season.More