February - May 2018: Volunteer to help rangers locate orange-fronted parakeets, monitor their population and protect their nests.
DOC has completed track upgrades in kauri forests throughout the Hauraki, Coromandel and Tauranga districts, to help prevent the spread of kauri dieback.
Lou talks about implementation of the new tourism funding, concessions compliance, Milford Road campsite rangers, the Routeburn Track, Rotomaninitua/Lake Angelus and the ‘Hotshots’.
How many butterfish (greenbone/mararī) are present in Taputeranga Marine Reserve and how are their numbers changing?
How many rock lobster (crayfish/kōura) are present in Taputeranga Marine Reserve and how are their numbers changing?
Toyota Kiwi Guardians is an activity programme that helps kids connect with nature by encouraging them to go on epic self-guided adventures and earn rewards.
Two historically and culturally significant landmarks – Bannockburn Sluicings and the Otago Central Railway Trail – will celebrate their recent elevation to Landmark status at events on 27 January.
Hunters and trampers entering New Zealand from overseas can help keep New Zealand’s deer herds free of this disease.
A small reclusive bird, rock wren are restricted to small pockets of the South Island’s high country.
Picton Dawn Chorus has secured $60,000 from DOC to support their pest control work.
Get advice on how to prevent wildfires. Call 111 if you start or see a wildfire.
New Zealand's only endemic gull is the most threatened gull species in the world, and it's rapidly declining.
An innovative project is offering private individuals and corporates the opportunity to get involved in Predator Free 2050, by ‘adopting’ a Fiordland Valley.
A whopping 26 whio have arrived at the Whio Hardening Facility in Turangi.
Rakatu Wetlands, located on the floodplain of the Waiau River, will be the site for Fiordland's 2018 World's Wetland Day celebration on 27 January.
DOC is warning fishers to stay out of marine reserves around Banks Peninsula after a recent spate of alleged illegal fishing.
History comes to life at these significant Landmarks. Discover, experience and enjoy the places that have shaped our nation and created our stories.
Use this campsite as a base for recreational activities around the Twizel area or as an overnight stay in a picturesque setting.
DOC is appealing for information about the cutting down of native trees at Robin Hood Bay, a popular coastal camping spot in Marlborough.
This bridge replacement project will renew and strengthen the partner relationships and iwi connection within Karangahake and Ohinemuri. A karakia was held on 8 January to bless the work.