Photo of a tūī resting on a branch.
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Teachers, parents and tamariki have been sharing their learning from home stories to help inspire others to enjoy their local nature and look after their well-being.
We hope these examples provide you with more ideas to do with your own whānau and share with your local communities during Alert Level 2 and beyond.
Find activities you can do at home to let nature in and strengthen your wellbeing.
Easy practical activities for learning from home, in nature, through COVID-19 alert levels.
In our latest episode, Kelly Frogley explains what a non-vascular plant is and talks about her most unexpected discoveries.
Hunting on public conservation land is allowed during COVID-19 Alert Level 2. Hunters need to have the appropriate hunting permit or hold the required concession and abide by Ministry of Health guidelines.More
DOC and Ngāi Tahu in consultation with the Canterbury Aoraki Conservation Board have agreed to start a new review of the Aoraki/Mount Cook National Park Management Plan.
With the country at COVID-19 Alert Level 2 for two weeks and a contact tracing app introduced by the Government, DOC and Waikato District Council believe it is now safe reopen the popular track.
Better protection for seabirds is being put in place with a new National Plan of Action to reduce fishing-related captures, Fisheries Minister Stuart Nash and Conservation Minister Eugenie Sage announced today.
More than 100 homes will be warmer this winter thanks to a new initiative to provide firewood to Hauraki iwi in need.More