Process starts to consider off-road options for walkers and bikers.
Safety must be deer hunters' first consideration in the upcoming roar.
Have your say on New Zealand Photography Workshop Ltd's application for commercial operations involving marine mammals. Submissions close 26 April 2017.
Volunteers around Taupo gather to celebrate predator trapping.
Pursue your love of hunting through the roar in Pureora, and enter DOC's annual hunting competition.
DOC is eradicating spartina in the Marlborough Sounds and Golden Bay.
Have your say on the proposed amendments to the Tongariro National Park Management Plan. Submissions close 29 May 2017.
Volunteer Jo Fern describes her experience looking for Argentine ants on Great Mercury Island.
The Living Water partnership is looking at juvenile eels in Northland.
DOC and Goodnature have deployed a network of self-resetting stoat traps on Great Island in Fiordland.
Have your say on the Minister of Conservation's intention to add land to Ahuriri Conservation Park. Submissions close 24 May 2017.
Three Stewart Island groups will receive $140,000 from DOC’s Community Fund.
DOC is working with fundraisers on a plan to safely walk the Tongariro Alpine Crossing.
The Taranaki community is pitching in to bring North Island robin/toutouwai back to Mt Taranaki.
The local whio population received a boost when nine captive bred whio were released this week.
Kākāpō superstar, Sirocco, will celebrate his 20th birthday ‘off the grid’ on his island retreat this week.
Sirocco, our kākāpō conservation ambassador and media superstar, has gone ‘off the grid’ for some island solitude.
Dunedin has accelerated its commitment to the Government’s Predator Free 2050.
A new predator-free initiative includes trapping in and around hundreds of holiday parks.
We work every day to ensure the survival of our special birds. Here’s a story about our work with Wairakei Golf + Sanctuary and with predator control in Tongariro National Park.