Photo of a tūī resting on a branch.
Image: Richard Rossiter | ©
Takahē Awareness Month is a chance for us to celebrate takahē and recognise Ngāi Tahu, the Takahē Recovery Programme and the network of people involved in ensuring the takahē is never considered extinct again.
All hunters should stay at home while New Zealand is at COVID-19 Alert Level 4.
A behind the scenes look at how DOC cares for NZ's native species and natural environment. Our latest episode features Colin O'Donnell who knows everything there is to know about pekapeka/bats.
Watch the northern royal albatross at Pukekura/Taiaroa Head on Royal Cam.More
The agencies responsible for the management of one of the Waikato’s most popular walking trails are urging the public to stay off the track during the Covid-19 Level 4 lockdown.
DOC is moving to close all huts and campsites and asks no one uses these until further notice.
For the safety of visitors, volunteers and staff, DOC is temporarily closing its visitor centres to the public from today, and from tomorrow will be cancelling all hut and campsite bookings
Murray and Judy Bramald didn't anticipate being conservationists, but after three years of regular visits to work in the Pureora Forest Park, they think they may now fit the criteria.More