The takahē, one of New Zealand's unique birds
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Tiakina Ngā Manu, formerly Battle for our Birds, is DOC's successful predator control programme.
From kākāpō to kiwi, Kate McInnes is vet to all of our native species. Listen to Kate talk about avian lesions, kākāpō sperm and birds with salmonella.
Plan your garden so it can provide food and shelter for native wildlife year round.
A new report assessing the risk to DOC locations from coastal flooding reinforces the need to plan for the effects of sea level rise.More
Fiordland’s whio are in the midst of a population comeback thanks to an ongoing programme of predator control.
DOC has moved its visitor centre services ahead of a planned upgrade to the Arthur’s Pass National Park Visitor Centre later this year.
DOC and Northland Regional Council (NRC) are working together in the battle against pest fish, koi carp and rudd, and need public assistance with surveillance.
Kiwi chicks in a North Island forest are more likely to survive following aerial 1080 to control pests a newly published long-term study shows.More