Photo of a tūī resting on a branch.
Image: Richard Rossiter | ©
We catch-up with our Fiordland Bat Diaries team as they hunt for a new short-tailed bat colony, in the remote Murchison Mountains. In part three the team sets transmitters on the bats and sets up cameras to monitor bats roosting sites.
A behind the scenes look at how DOC cares for New Zealand's unique native species and natural environment.
A DOC conservation dog has been rescued from Campbell Island in the New Zealand subantarctic after being charged at by a sea lion and running away.
Take part in one of our many conservation events this summer.
DOC is responsible for protecting kauri on public conservation land and other land it manages, including many of New Zealand’s most significant kauri forests.More
A budding conservationist and her mother recently had a unique experience to learn about our local threatened species and directly help with conservation efforts.
Locals will have a chance to get hands-on, in a scientific race against the clock at Waipātiki’s BioBlitz at the start of February.
A stomach full of plastic is a likely cause of death to a juvenile toroa/southern royal albatross, an autopsy has found.
Ten walks on Aotea/Great Barrier Island have reopened following essential track upgrades to prevent the spread of kauri dieback disease.More