Whenua Iti students work together to protect native taonga in their community
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In a world first, DOC, with the support of Auckland Tourism Events and Economic Development, has launched a nature app that incorporates Te Reo Māori, Chinese and English translations.
Show us your favourite outdoor activities and you could win one of 50 prize packs. Competition closes 13 October 2019.
Have your say on our options to improve the TIES Act, or offer your own ideas to help New Zealand support endangered species. Submissions close 5 pm 25 October 2019.
DOC is working with the hunting sector and the Tahr Plan Implementation Liaison Group to over time reduce the size of the tahr population back within the limits of the Himalayan Thar Control Plan 1993.More
The future for New Zealand’s threatened indigenous freshwater fish looks brighter with the passing of the Conservation (Indigenous Freshwater Fish) Amendment Bill in Parliament today said Minister of Conservation, Eugenie Sage.
Developed by DOC, ‘A practical guide to trapping’ was launched at a predator trapping course run by Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology (NMIT) at urban ecosanctuary.
The future for whio is looking more secure thanks to a new agreement between DOC, Real Journeys and Genesis.
DOC and Blackball residents are getting ready for the long-awaited opening of what will be New Zealand’s first purpose built shared-use Great Walk.More