View from the Kepler TrackImage: Daniel Deans | DOC
This March we're celebrating the whio – New Zealand's iconic blue duck. Find out how to get involved and enter our #whioduckface photo competition today.
Entrepreneur and philanthropist Sir Richard Branson is spending some time in New Zealand, and has been impressed by our beautiful forests and charismatic birds.
Have you ever wondered what it’s like to be a DOC ranger? We got in touch with Tom MacTavish, the ranger in Akaroa, and asked him to tell us about his day.
Liz Carlson, of the popular travel blog Young Adventuress, shares 10 things you may not know about our endangered blue duck for Whio Awareness Month.
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Sirocco, our kākāpō conservation ambassador and media superstar, has gone ‘off the grid’ for some island solitude.
Have your say on the proposed amendments to the Tongariro National Park Management Plan. Submissions close 29 May 2017.
Learn the important features of skinks and geckos, and how to take useful photos to help identify them.
A mother Gray’s beaked whale and her calf have died on Moutohora/Whale Island in the Bay of Plenty.
Eight native lizards were transferred to Mana Island near Wellington from Belmont Quarry.
The Takahē Recovery Programme celebrates the best ever breeding season for takahē.
DOC has started a process to consider off-road options for walkers and bikers.