Discover the work DOC rangers do on and off Royal Cam to support royal albatross on Taiaroa Head.
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Have your say on proposals to change five Marine Mammal Sanctuaries and a proposal to ban seabed mining in Te Rohe o Te Whānau Puha/Kaikōura Whale Sanctuary. Submissions close 21 July 2020.More
Wildlife institutions affected by a loss of visitor revenue during the COVID-19 lockdown are set to receive government support with nearly $15 million of funding available announced Minister of Conservation Eugenie Sage.
DOC is welcoming the findings of a judicial review into the lawfulness of its Operational Plan to control Himalayan tahr in the central South Island.
Annemieke Kregting has been described as a fantastic resource and supporter of birds in the Coromandel, saving and rehabilitating over 2000 birds at Kuaotunu Bird Rescue Trust.
New tools to boost Aotearoa’s Predator Free 2050 effort were unveiled by Minister of Conservation Eugenie Sage and Under Secretary for Regional Economic Development Fletcher Tabuteau.More