Southern royal albatross

Image: Tui De Roy | ©

Introduction

Conservation Week is an opportunity for you to take part and show your support for conservation.

Highlights

We'd love you to get involved with Conservation Week. You could promote Conservation Week through your network, do a conservation activity as a group, or run your own Conservation Week event or competition.

Spread the word

Help spread the word. Use our web banners and posters or create your own from one of our templates which will be available here soon.

Connect to the campaign via social media

Social media plays an important part in Conservation Week.

Our Conservation blog runs a series of posts during the week, and we showcase what others are doing and sharing online.

You can support Conservation on your own channels.

  • Use hashtag #ConservationWeek.
  • Tag us using @docgovtnz in your content.
  • Encourage your followers to get on board and show New Zealand some love!

Read stories on our blog

  • Conservation Week winners: #NatureThroughNewEyes
    26 August 2020
    Here are the winners of our #NatureThroughNewEyes macro photography competition that we ran for Conservation Week 2020.
  • Whio Journal: Ruahine Whio Protector
    21 August 2020
    To celebrate our Conservation Week kids photography competition, photographer Anthony Behrens shares with us a particularly challenging weekend he spent trying to photograph whio in the Ruahine Ranges.
  • Nature is good for us
    19 August 2020
    Our family is not what you might call "outdoorsy". We do not go camping. We definitely do not go tramping. We don't go hunting (other than for bargains in the supermarket), and we don’t go fishing.
  • Experiencing penguins in the Antipodes
    18 August 2020
    DOC Technical Advisor Dave Houston take us behind-the-scenes of what it’s like working with penguins on the Antipodes.

Contact

Let us know how you would like to be involved in Conservation Week.

Email: conservationweek@doc.govt.nz 

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