View from the Kepler TrackImage: Daniel Deans | DOC
Have a go at life as a whio, and be in to win an amazing adventure! Closes 22 October 2017.
New Zealand’s native Archey’s frogs are the big winners at Whareorino Forest following a successful Battle for our Birds operation.
Conservation groups committed to broad scale predator eradication are encouraged to lodge an expression of interest for funding and support from Predator Free 2050 Ltd.
Our Director-General Lou Sanson talks about the myrtle rust response, celebrating Women of Influence, Te Wāhipounamu World Heritage Area, the Alpine Fault and Predator Free 2050.
Myrtle rust is a fungal disease that severely attacks plants in the myrtle family including pōhutukawa, mānuka and rātā. It is now in New Zealand.
Take part in events run by DOC, local businesses, and community groups during Conservation Week.
Our predator control operation over part of southern Paparoa National Park and adjoining conservation land to protect kiwi, whio and other native wildlife has been completed.
DOC has appointed Aaron Fleming to the role of Operations Director for Southern South Island.
Four Hawke’s Bay puppies are leaving the kennel to aid DOC in its goal of being predator free.
Scientific work in the Kermadecs, including studies on whales and the impact of the myrtle rust disease, will get a boost this week.