View from the Kepler TrackImage: Daniel Deans | DOC
If you’re driving between Picton and Christchurch this summer, you’ll need to take the alternative route. Luckily there’s plenty of natural places to stop along the way, so take your time and let Kenneth show you the way.
This year the Sir Peter Blake Trust, in partnership with DOC are offering 5 placements for Blake Ambassadors to work alongside leading scientists, conservators and rangers to gain field experience in their chosen area of study.
An update from Director-General Lou Sanon on his recent visits to Northland, Te Urewera and Mount Hikurangi.
For 10 years now The Outlook for Someday film challenge has helped grow a generation of sustainability storytellers.
The health of individual marine reserves is summarised in these report cards. They present the health status and trend, based on a selection of measures.
Find out what areas are open, what areas are closed, and areas you should stay away from this summer.
DOC and Nelson Marlborough Health have confirmed that the norovirus outbreak on the track appears to be over.
We are delighted by a first sign of mohua breeding on Blumine Island/Oruawairua indicating the endangered native birds are establishing a foothold on the Marlborough Sounds' island sanctuary.