Sirocco the kākāpō
Image: Jake Osborne | DOC
Meet one of our Senior Biodiversity Rangers Ali! She’s worked with some of New Zealand’s most unique species including whio, kiwi and short tailed bats. We asked on Instagram if you had any questions for Ali about her work and we were overwhelmed with the amount of questions we received! Read on for her answers… […]
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DOC is working on an indigenous freshwater fish amendment bill to halt the decline of our indigenous freshwater fish species.
Conservation Minister Eugenie Sage today announced that the DOC will close 21 tracks across kauri land to help prevent the spread of kauri dieback.
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The loss of two colleagues is keenly felt around DOC today, as the men who died in Wanaka were well-known members of the DOC family.
DOC is rallying around family and colleagues of the staff who died in a helicopter crash this morning in Wanaka.
A record number of whio ducklings hatched in the 2017-2018 season is a welcome increase to the endangered population.
One of New Zealand’s rarest birds, the New Zealand fairy tern, has surprised DOC rangers by producing eggs in October.More