The term ‘sea slug’ may be bring up images of drab, lumpish-type creatures, but thankfully names like nudibranchs, sea butterflies, sea hares and sea goddesses, more evocatively describe these strangely-shaped, flamboyantly-coloured species.
This fund supports community-led restoration projects on public and private land that create jobs.
This fund supports biodiversity restoration projects on private land that create jobs.
All southern Great Walks are now back up and running with the Routeburn Track officially reopened, the Department of Conservation announced today.
COVID-19 has impacted visitor patterns across conservation areas but all indications point to more New Zealanders getting into their great outdoors this summer than ever before, DOC data shows.More
After an extensive restoration, one of the oldest buildings at Christchurch’s Awaroa/Godley Head offers overnight guests affordable accommodation with an unrivalled view.
As Chinese New Year draws nearer, people are being asked to double-check import rules for items such as traditional herbal medicines coming to New Zealand from overseas.
DOC is expanding the number of sites where it displays COVID-19 QR codes to enable better contact tracing.
Visitors to Te Toto Gorge, a picturesque, and culturally significant site, just south of Raglan, are being urged to report people rubbish dumping.More