The albatrosses at Pukekura/Taiaroa Head are on track for a record-breaking breeding season, as their Royal Cam star Tiaki takes to the skies.
A single Lake Rotoaira fishing licence is all trout anglers will require to fish at Lake Rotoaira this season. A Taupō fishing licence is no longer required.
Buy a new simplified fishing licence for Lake Rotoaira.
A number of initiatives to receive a boost from the Government’s Jobs For Nature programme, Conservation Minister Kiri Allan says.
The expansion of a predator free apprenticeship programme is an opportunity for more people to kick-start a conservation career, Conservation Minister Kiri Allan says.
The two end sections of the Queen Charlotte Track in the Marlborough Sounds are reopening this weekend after the DOC repaired storm damage.
Fortunes are looking up for a tiny, jumping moth found only in Marlborough that had been feared extinct but has now been discovered in four new locations.
DOC has proactively released documents about the 12-day operation to care for an orca calf that stranded on rocks near Wellington in July 2021.
A young, unweaned orca calf stranded itself on a rocky beach at Plimmerton, north of Wellington, on Sunday 11 July 2021 while foraging with its pod.
Ōamaru building owners are encouraged to regularly check their roofs to prevent red-billed gulls/tarāpunga from settling in for the breeding season.
Find out about New Zealanders' attitudes toward conservation and DOC, and their recreation activities on public conservation land, as surveyed in 2020.
This short track takes you from the top of Symes Road through beautiful tussock country to Nicholson Hut.
These are the final reports for Northern royal albatross aerial population census, Chatham Islands 2020.
An unlucky male godwit/kuaka migrating back to the Firth of Thames has been forced into a massive u-turn over the Pacific Ocean and finished up back at his Alaskan take-off point after 57 hours of constant flight.
The New Zealand estuaries spatial database is an interactive map that allows you to explore data related to estuaries, rivers, river catchments, and the marine environment.
Show us or tell us how your family took a moment for nature these school holidays and go in the draw to win a prize pack.
This free online course teaches you how to prepare for working alone, handle unexpected situations, and de-escalate conflict.
A suite of new Jobs for Nature projects across the southern South Island have been announced.
Visitors to Taranaki’s cultural heritage sites are being urged to take only photographs and leave only footprints after the discovery of several holes thought to be dug by fossickers at a significant pā site.
DOC is asking for information from the public after receiving reports of a mutilated dolphin carcass.
Auckland is at Level 3 and other regions at Level 2.