Find information for announced Jobs for Nature projects funded by DOC.
Jobs for Nature funding is helping projects to create temporary jobs on private and public conservation land.
Some of the country's most forward-thinking early-career conservationists are among recipients of a new scholarship aimed at supporting a new generation of biodiversity champions, Conservation Minister Kiri Allan says.
Conservation Minister Kiri Allan is encouraging New Zealanders to have their say on a proposed marine mammal sanctuary to address the rapid decline of bottlenose dolphins in Te Pēwhairangi, the Bay of Islands.
Have your say on an application by Agresearch Limited to take, hold, export and import samples of Australian Fur Seal guard hairs. Submissions close 5 pm 28 March 2021.
From 2 March DOC is partnering with the National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research (NIWA) to provide an upgraded weather forecasting service using the latest technologies.
A professional conservation couple will give a public lecture in New Plymouth on their 30 years of experience observing albatross as part of Seaweek 2021.
Three new Jobs for Nature projects will help nature thrive in the Bay of Plenty and keep local people in work says Conservation Minister Kiri Allan.
We work to make sure operations are well-organised, safe and necessary through careful assessment, safety planning, community engagement and record keeping.
We work to make sure our 1080 operations are well-organised, safe and necessary to protect native forests and species.
DOC and Auckland Council are urging the public to report sightings of dogs on Hauraki Gulf’s pest-free islands after a recent spike of potentially illegal incidents.
The giant manta ray is the only manta ray recorded from New Zealand. It is common off the northeast coast of North Island from spring to early autumn.
DOC is set to re-open a popular South Auckland walking track, Mount William Walkway.
There has been 1 reported incident during the period 1 August 2020 - 31 January 2021.
Have your say on an application by Rerekapa Hut Supporters Incorporated for a licence to occupy an existing building at Moki Conservation Area. Submissions close Friday 19 March 2021.
Jobs for Nature funding will provide much-needed work for Northland locals, and contribute to the ongoing restoration of the Waipoua River awa, Conservation Minister Kiri Allan says.
A historic collaboration between iwi groups in Northland to tackle Kauri dieback is being funded through the Government’s Jobs for Nature programme, Conservation Minister Kiri Allan says.
DOC’s Heritage and Visitor Strategy guides our work to sustainably manage visitors to protect and enhance the values of New Zealand’s natural, cultural and historic heritage.
The travels of the only Antipodean albatross/toroa/hopo chick from the Chatham Islands in seven years are being tracked by a satellite transmitter.
Read all CSP reports on Southern royal albatross.