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14 December 2021
Coromandel’s backyard pest trappers are being urged to keep leg-hold traps off the ground after several unfortunate incidents involving the growing population of kiwi in the district.
03 November 2021
A complete moa skeleton is now on display at the DOC Kauaeranga Visitor Centre.
14 September 2021
Work to improve access to the picturesque Fletcher Bay campsite begins this month.
07 September 2021
He’s known as the “Lizard Man”, and after 30 years talking about lizards and geckos Doug Ashby’s comfortable with the superhero-style moniker.
25 August 2021
Boaties cruising around Coromandel’s Mercury Islands are being told to stay home as New Zealand’s COVID-19 restrictions continue.
27 July 2021
A heavily used walking track in Coromandel is in the final stages of resurfacing by DOC.
02 July 2021
The Office of the Acting Minister of Conservation
Efforts to protect Coromandel’s majestic kauri have been given a funding boost thanks to Jobs for Nature, Acting Conservation Minister Dr Ayesha Verrall says.
03 June 2021
Newly released aerial photography shows the impact of possums on a section of ancient forest in northern Coromandel, and also the value of predator control and restoring forest habitat.
29 April 2021
Monitoring for possums in a southern Coromandel forest has revealed the success of a recent predator control operation aimed at protecting native species.
10 March 2021
As the breeding season for the Northern NZ dotterel/tūturiwhatu comes to a close on the Coromandel, DOC is expecting a positive productivity rate for the small and endangered shorebirds.
20 January 2021
The fresh faces of conservation in Hauraki District are in “boots and all” to a busy summer.