Jewelled geckoImage: Sabine Bernert ©
For the first time in more than 100 years, takahē will roam freely in Kahurangi National Park in an historic attempt to create a new wild population outside of Fiordland.
The Kākāpō Recovery Team monitor the levels of rimu fruit growing on both Whenua Hou and Anchor Island as masting (mass fruiting) of rimu is a known trigger for kākāpō to breed.
Watch the new northern royal albatross family at Pukekura/Taiaroa Head on Royal cam.
Harness your passion for conservation and your collaborative skills to represent local communities, advise DOC and protect local nature. Nominations close Saturday 14 April 2018 at 5 pm.
Lou talks about Christeen Mackenzie retiring, showing Treasury and SSC staff what we do, and conservation dogs.
Get involved in activities around the country, and find out about volunteering for conservation.
Two men are likely to face heavy penalties after helping themselves to paua in rock pools within the Taputeranga Marine Reserve.
Sirocco, DOC’s spokesbird kākāpō, celebrates his 21st ‘birthday’ – officially known as his hatchday – today and DOC is encouraging others to join in his milestone birthday.
DOC is asking the public to report any recent sightings of water dragons in Papaitonga Scenic Reserve, near Levin.
In a world-leading conservation effort, mice have been successfully eradicated from Antipodes Island in the New Zealand Subantarctic, Conservation Minister Eugenie Sage announced today.