A close-up of the vibrant scales of the Takitimu gecko
Image: Rod Morris | ©
We have been allocated just over $500 million over the next four years to create nature-based job opportunities for approximately 6,000 people.
New Zealand is at Alert Level 1. DOC facilities are fully open without restrictions - including visitor centres, huts, campgrounds and toilets.
Appreciate the little things and capture a macro nature photo to win a Canon camera and accessories worth over $4.5k thanks to Canon NZ. Competition closes 23 August 2020.
In our latest episode, Jenny Christie talks about how we can manage and reduce the impacts of climate change on our native species and ecosystems.More
New Zealand’s most endangered birds, tara iti/New Zealand fairy terns, received a boost to their upcoming breeding season with the creation of new man-made shell nesting sites in Mangawhai in Northland and Papakanui, north of Auckland.
DOC is releasing 104 juvenile kakī/black stilts into the South Island's Mackenzie Basin as part of the Kakī Recovery Programme.
DOC staff have carried out a special controlled burn-off to help protect a rare native plant.
A new DOC action plan tackles the impacts of climate change on New Zealand's biodiversity and DOC managed infrastructure including tracks, huts and cultural heritage.More