Whenua Iti Outdoors students work together to protect native taonga in their community
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A behind the scenes look at how DOC cares for New Zealand's unique native species and natural environment.
Native birds on Mount Taranaki have a greater chance of breeding success this season with high rat and possum numbers knocked down from the predator control operation in June.
Help protect and grow an important sanctuary for our native species and volunteer on an attempt to eradicate Argentine ants from Great Mercury Island/Ahuahu.
DOC and Creative New Zealand welcome submissions for Wild Creations 2020, an initiative supporting artists to engage with nature and conservation.More
After a big effort by DOC teams, the Pakihi Track has reopened in time for the summer peak.
DOC is hoping floating platforms will help to keep the chicks of a central Christchurch colony of critically endangered tarāpuka/black-billed gulls from drowning this breeding season.
Innovation and technology are behind five new products to help eliminate predators, Minister for Conservation Eugenie Sage and Parliamentary Under-Secretary for Regional Economic Development Fletcher Tabuteau announced today.
Results of toxicology testing of dead rats that washed up on North Beach near Westport recently show no presence of 1080.More