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.
This fund supports wildlife institutions impacted by the COVID-19 response.
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.
Have your say on an application to lease a ski lodge in the Coronet Peak Recreation Reserve, and an easement to allow vehicle access from Coronet Peak Road to the lodge. Submissions close 7 August 2020.
The removal of unsafe exotic trees in Egmont National Park will have flow-on benefits to the Taranaki community, says the Department of Conservation.
This is the first annual report for POP2019-04: Southern Buller's albatross Snares/Tini Heke population project
Have your say on an application by Timber Trails Adventures Limited for a lease concession at Piropiro in Pureora Forest Park. Submissions close 21 July 2020.
This is the final report for POP2017-03: Salvin's albatross Bounty Islands population project
This is the final report for MIT2019-02: Review of mitigation techniques to reduce benthic impacts of trawling
Two kiwi have gone from the bright lights of Queenstown into the wild of Whirinaki Te Pua-a-Tāne Conservation Park south of Rotorua.
DOC Director-General Lou Sanson today paid tribute to Fiordland helicopter ace Bill Black MBE who passed away this week.
This track is a short walk around Matatā Wildlife refuge. There’s a lot of birdlife here and great views to the islands of Moutohorā Island and Whakaari/White Island and down the East Coast.
Kaimahi for Nature is part of the Jobs for Nature programme. It funds work with councils, iwi and local businesses to provide nature based jobs both on and off public land, through a regional alliance model.
We have been allocated just over $500 million over the next four years to create nature-based job opportunities for approximately 6,000 people.
A hut at Lake Daniell in the Maruia Valley, near Springs Junction in the West Coast area which has been a popular “first tramp” for many generations of kiwi families has been rebuilt and is now open for use.
This is the final report for POP2018-01: Improved habitat suitability modelling for protected corals in New Zealand waters
Conservation groups on the central east coast of the Coromandel Peninsula are marking a major success, with confirmation of a population kiwi in a scenic reserve in the settlements of Matarangi and Kuaotunu.
Moa bones and other sub-fossil remains of extinct species are set to have improved protection with proposals to prevent the trade in extinct species announced the Minister of Conservation Eugenie Sage today.