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.
DOC enforces laws that protect New Zealand's biodiversity and historic heritage.
View a nest live stream and learn more about the world’s smallest penguin. The little penguin (or little blue penguin) is just over 25 cm and weighs about 1 kg.
Learn about Himalayan tahr hunting, tahr control operations, and the threat of tahr in the South Island of New Zealand.More
New Zealand’s goal of 100,000 kiwi by 2030 is being helped by an extra $19.7 million in funding to accelerate iwi and community efforts to protect kiwi, Minister of Conservation Eugenie Sage announced.
As DOC’s new enforcement system rolls out, the Mahaanui district office is reminding Cantabrians and visitors to follow the conservation laws protecting Aotearoa’s native species.
Some of the challenges facing tūturuatu/shore plover conservation have been highlighted after setbacks in establishing a new population.
$19 million will be invested over four years in the Kaimai-Mamaku Ranges Forest Restoration Project with approximately 60 jobs expected to be created.More