Pohutukawa on the main beach, Mt MaunganuiImage: Shellie Evans ©
Predator Free 2050 is an ambitious goal to rid New Zealand of the most damaging introduced predators that threaten our nation’s natural taonga, our economy and primary sector.
Here’s a little known fact about New Zealand’s biodiversity, we have a staggering amount of different land snails for the size of our country.
Lou talks about implementation of the new tourism funding, concessions compliance, Milford Road campsite rangers, the Routeburn Track, Rotomaninitua/Lake Angelus and the ‘Hotshots’.
Conservation boards represent the public and offer interaction between communities and DOC. Nominations are invited for positions on all 15 conservation boards.
Get advice on how to prevent wildfires. Call 111 if you start or see a wildfire.
Get social with Landmarks Whenua Tohunga for your chance to win.
Individuals, groups and businesses have a novel opportunity to help boost conservation in New Zealand – by adopting a Fiordland Valley.
DOC has completed track upgrades in kauri forests throughout the Hauraki, Coromandel and Tauranga districts, to help prevent the spread of kauri dieback.
Toyota Kiwi Guardians is an activity programme that helps kids connect with nature by encouraging them to go on epic self-guided adventures and earn rewards.
Two historically and culturally significant landmarks – Bannockburn Sluicings and the Otago Central Railway Trail – will celebrate their recent elevation to Landmark status at events on 27 January.