A humpback whale stopped in Hawke’s Bay today for lunch and a show just off Napier’s Marine Parade beach.
Have your say on a statement expressing New Zealand's interests in Antarctica. Comments close 30 July 2018
Visitor data from some of DOC's most popular sites shows mixed results but another record summer season overall.
Monitoring shows a critically endangered native shore bird continues to nest and breed near the Rocket Lab launch site on Mahia Peninsula.
Dog owners are being warned they must take better control of their dogs following the deaths of two yellow-eyed penguins/hoiho.
With seal season approaching, DOC is reminding people to leave kekeno/seal pups alone if they see them on shore.
Armed with rakes and trowels, the Aongatete Forest Project (AFP) and DOC sowed native dactylanthus seed in the Kaimai-Mamaku Conservation Park.
A DOC Hawke’s Bay ranger was called out to pick up a shot karearea/New Zealand falcon from a farm in Maraekakaho.
The history of Māori iwi Ngāti Whare is written on the hills, valleys, and trees of the Whirinaki.
Spa Park is Taupō’s largest park and has a wide variety of family-friendly features.
New Zealand’s distinctive native plants, wildlife and natural landscapes will benefit from a funding boost for DOC, Conservation Minister Eugenie Sage announced today.
Backing nature: See how the increase in funding for conservation in Budget 2018 impacts on DOC's overall budget.
The Government is investing more than $16 million over the next four years to significantly strengthen DOC's organisational capability and capacity.
The New Zealand Conservation Authority has approved amendments to the Tongariro National Park Management Plan to allow for mountain biking.
Four lucky photographers have won a Taupo Region Fishing Licence of their choice in a DOC competition which closed on Friday 11 May.
Our Director-General Lou Sanson talks about the Minister of Conservation's pre-budget announcement; the Health, Safety and Wellbeing award won by DOC staff member Claire Wooldridge Way; Tūhoe; Ngāi Tahu; kākāpō; the Rakiura Māori Islands; and Project Janszoon.
Have your say on an application by BC Natural History & Factual Productions Ltd for a marine mamal permit for filming. Submissions close 13 June 2018 .
This is the final report summarizing the yellow-eyed penguin diet and the indirect effects affecting prey composition.
Around 50 people watched with anticipation as ten small hihi flew into their new home at Bushy Park Sanctuary near Whanganui recently.
Whangārei DOC staff are dangling from cliff edges and climbing trees to safeguard the threatened rātā vine species, carmine rātā, from myrtle rust.