Arawai Kākāriki is leading the ecological restoration of five significant wetland sites in New Zealand.
The eradication of spartina in the mud flats that make up the Invercargill estuary was thought to be an impossible task. Through dogged determination and hard work we are close to achieving this goal.
DOC travelled to the Antipodes Island in winter 2016 and eradicated mice with support from our partners the Morgan Foundation, WWF-New Zealand, Island Conservation and the New Zealand public.
This project seeks to develop the Tuatapere Hump Ridge Track into a Great Walk.
Our 10-year partnership with Fonterra supports work to enable farming and freshwater to thrive together.
Following the successful eradication of mice from Antipodes Island, DOC and Ngāi Tahu have completed an investigation into the feasibility of eradicating pigs, cats and mice from Auckland Island in the New Zealand subantarctic region.
The vision of Predator Free Rakiura is to grow Rakiura / Stewart Island as a taonga (treasure). By working together, ecosystems and communities can thrive and benefit one another.
DOC runs a research programme monitoring sea lions in the Auckland Islands.
These species-specific programmes protect our native wildlife.
Tiakina Ngā Manu is DOC's successful predator control programme.
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