Jewelled geckoImage: Sabine Bernert ©
Backing nature: Budget 2018 delivers a significant funding boost for DOC, with an additional $181.62m over the next four years.
Hut Warden Eiji Kitai tells us about his experience walking the Te Araroa Trail while raising funds for the Routeburn Dart Wildlife Trust.
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Around 50 people watched with anticipation as ten small hihi flew into their new home at Bushy Park Sanctuary near Whanganui recently.
Armed with rakes and trowels, the Aongatete Forest Project (AFP) and DOC spent last Thursday [17 May 2018] sowing native dactylanthus seed in the Kaimai-Mamaku Conservation Park.
A DOC Hawke’s Bay ranger was called out to pick up a shot karearea/New Zealand falcon from a farm in Maraekakaho.
New Zealand’s distinctive native plants, wildlife and natural landscapes will benefit from a funding boost for DOC, Conservation Minister Eugenie Sage announced today.
The New Zealand Conservation Authority has approved amendments to the Tongariro National Park Management Plan to allow for mountain biking.