View from the Kepler TrackImage: Daniel Deans | DOC
National Volunteer Week is on 18-24 June 2017. Volunteer for conservation and become part of an active community.
Threatened Species Ambassador Nicola Toki updates us on the work to set science-based goals to achieve better outcomes with for our threatened flora and fauna.
To celebrate National Volunteer Week Banks Peninsula Conservation Trust coordinator Marie Haley tells us about Wildside, a large-scale conservation collaboration project.
It’s National Volunteer Week and we’re honouring the selfless souls who volunteer for conservation—highlighting the diversity of conservation volunteers and volunteer opportunities around New Zealand.
See which names made the top five and vote for your favourite. Voting closes 5 pm on Friday 30 June.
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.
Our Director-General Lou Sanson talks about the Loder Cup and the Green Ribbon Awards, the Fairfax Wasp Campaign, rare plants, shore plovers and Fieldays.
NatureWatch and other sites can help you to identify a plant or animal species.
Submitters on the plan spoke about their views at hearings this month.
A kiwi hit and run incident in Raurimu last night has resulted in a plea from DOC.
Runner Jean Beaumont will tackle an invasive weed on Colonial Knob during National Vounteer Week.
A new breeding aviary will be built for the world’s rarest wading bird, the black stilt/kakī.