View from the Kepler TrackImage: Daniel Deans | DOC
Wild Creations is a collaboration between DOC and Creative New Zealand that gives New Zealand artists the chance to be inspired by our unique natural and historic heritage.
Each January and February, a team from the Māwhera/Greymouth office monitors long-tailed bats in the Maruia Valley.
The Whinray Ecological Charitable Trust has recognised ranger Jamie Quirk’s dedication to conservation by naming Motu’s newest kiwi after him.
Experiencing Ship Cove and following in the footsteps of some of the world’s great navigators – Captain Cook and Kupe.
This fund inspires and enables community-led conservation growth. The 2017 fund is now open for Expressions of Interest.
DOC has put a bounty out for the Dirty Dozen common weeds. Submit sightings to be in to win $100. Competition closes 30 August 2017.
Myrtle rust is a fungal disease that severely attacks plants in the myrtle family including pōhutukawa, mānuka and rātā. It is now in New Zealand.
Have your say on the draft Threatened Species Strategy. Submissions close 31 July 2017.
For the second year running we're inviting people to help name the internet’s most famous albatross chick.
Mountains of rubbish, including about 100 vacuum cleaners, have been dumped illegally on conservation land near Tiwai.
Our unique natural heritage is set to inspire artists through the Wild Creations programme, a collaboration between DOC and Creative New Zealand.
Kids Greening Taupō hosted a successful conservatgion event at the Waipahihi Botanical Gardens for young families.