Ongoing: We are looking for adventurous people to register their interest in being part of Dunedin’s War on Weeds.
A significant project to upgrade the Roys Peak Track vehicle facilities is almost complete, with the track open to the public again on Saturday 18 November.
Lou talks about the Waikereru Ecosanctuary, why we do Battle for our Birds, kākāpō research, hut restoration work and DOC's Memorandum of Understanding with regional councils.
Initial findings from a social research project show that most New Zealanders support the need for pest control.
DOC is responding to a possible mouse sighting on pest-free Tiritiri Matangi island in the Hauraki Gulf.
Three people have been trespassed from the Kaweka Forest Park for illegally lighting fires which threatened not only the campsites, but people and native wildlife.
One of the best ways you can look after the native birds and lizards in your back yard is by protecting them from rats and mice.
By trapping at home you will be keeping the native animals in your area safe from these threats.
An orca stranded on Marfells Beach in Marlborough since yesterday has been successfully refloated this afternoon and was swimming out to sea.
DOC staff have had a busy year managing the impacts of the November 2016 earthquake on native species and conservation areas and that work continues.
The stranded orca on Marfells Beach was refloated into deeper water at high tide today and is now swimming out to sea.
Have your say on the Minister of Conservation's intention to grant a National Park concession to Grand Properties Limited to construct, maintain and operate a 37 Unit Motel.
Submissions close 31 January 2018.
Have your say on the Minister of Conservation's intention to grant a 5 year lease concession to Te Runanga o Ngati Rehia Trust to continue with the voluntary administration of Rewa's Village.
Submissions close 11 January 2018.
There are four significant islands on Lake Wanaka: Mou Waho, Te Peka Karara, Mou Tapu and Ruby Island.
Have your say on a permit application from Puravida Limited to operate commercial tours to view marine mammals in Coastal Otago and Rakiura. Submissions close 11 December 2017.
Gouland Downs in Kahurangi National Park, could be the home to the first wild population of takahē outside of their Murchison Mountain refuge.
A formal complaint has been made against a group of jet boaters at Lake Alabaster Hut on the Hollyford Track.
A DOC conservation dog has sniffed out a mouse on a truck that was being barged to pest free Motuihe island in the Hauraki Gulf.
A section of the Routeburn Track is closed 8 and 9 November due to heavy spring snow.
As the partnership between Fulton Hogan and the Takahē Recovery Programme moves into its second year, Fulton Hogan staff and families have continued to get involved in takahē conservation work and champion the cause.
This classic bach on pest-free Rangitoto Island is near the wharf at Islington Bay. Built in the 1920s, this bach combines the tranquillity of the past with modern convenience.