View from the Kepler TrackImage: Daniel Deans | DOC
View whitebaiting regulations and tips. The whitebait fishing season opens on 15 August, except for the West Coast where it opens on 1 September.
Motueka rangers are thrilled with a 48% increase in whio numbers at an intensively managed site in Kahurangi National Park.
Two of DOC Whangarei’s longest and most consistent volunteers were recognised for their efforts during last week’s ‘Volunteer Wednesday’ event.
Kekeno/New Zealand fur seals have something unusual in common with many young New Zealanders: they’re partial to the kiwi ‘big OE’.
Closing soon! 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.
Kakī, or black stilt, is a native wading bird only found in New Zealand. It is regarded by Māori as a taonga species – a living treasure.
There are many different types of lizards in the world. In New Zealand we only have geckos and skinks.
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.
DOC has closed the Okura Bush Walkway while a contractor repairs damage to the track caused by heavy and persistent rain.
DOC is urging the public to come forward with information after 58 lizards were found stuffed in a discarded lunchbox at the Christchurch Botanical Gardens.
North Head/Maungauika is to become predator free, a first step towards a predator free Auckland.
An aerial pest control operation will protect at-risk native species in the Northern Ruahine Ranges from a surge of hungry predators this spring.