DOC Biodiversity Ranger, Mithuna and her Conservation Dog, Max, at work
Image: Hamish Johnson | DOC
It’s official – for the first time in more than 70 years, the kākāpō population is a record 213 birds.
Show us your favourite outdoor activities and you could win one of 50 prize packs. Competition open 14 September to 13 October 2019.
Without permits, there is a risk personal taonga made from, or with, animal parts such as feathers and bone or kākahu (cloaks) will be confiscated during your travel.
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
Seven individuals and groups received special acknowledgement for being Bay of Plenty (BOP) conservation heroes at a function at Whakatāne’s Mataatua wharenui on Thursday.
The Gisborne i-SITE is now the public front desk for East Coast/Tairawhiti DOC visitor enquiries.
Ten tracks on Aotea / Great Barrier Island are being upgraded to prevent the spread of kauri dieback disease.
DOC wants those in Whanganui who love and enjoy the outdoors to embrace the essence of the Whanganui Journey while still focusing on safety.More