This is the final report for the updated basking shark bycatch review 2016-17 and replaces all previous and preliminary reports for it.
This is the final report for the seabird bycatch reduction (small vessel longline fisheries) 2016-17 project.
Submitters on the plan spoke about their views at hearings this month.
A kiwi hit and run incident in Raurimu last night has resulted in a plea from DOC.
Runner Jean Beaumont will tackle an invasive weed on Colonial Knob during National Vounteer Week.
A new breeding aviary will be built for the world’s rarest wading bird, the black stilt/kakī.
Our Director-General Lou Sanson talks about the Loder Cup and the Green Ribbon Awards, the Fairfax Wasp Campaign, rare plants, shore plovers and Fieldays.
15 new interpreation panels on the track tell stories about the landscape.
Fairy prions/tītī wainui are small seabirds that feed mostly on crustaceans near the surface of the water.
This Volunteer Week our Hawke’s Bay staff would like to thank their many dedicated and hard-working volunteers.
One of our regular volunteers Jo Fearn helped out with a recent kiwi call survey. Read about her three night adventure on Moehau mountain.
Funds from the DOC Community Fund are helping eliminate wilding pines from the outer Marlborough Sounds.
DOC’s costs in helping fight the Port Hills fires in Christchurch earlier this year have added up to more than $4.5 million.
See which names made the top five and vote for your favourite. Voting closes 5 pm on Friday 30 June.
Dog owners are reminded to keep their dogs under control on conservation land.
NatureWatch and other sites can help you to identify a plant or animal species.
The new fishing season will see some changes to the existing Taupō Fishery regulations.
Conservation Minister Maggie Barry has thanked conservation volunteers for their work.
Have your say on the Minister of Conservation's intention to grant a concession to Milford Sound Tourism Ltd for a storage facility and vehicle manoeuvring area in the Milford Sound area. Submissions close 11 August 2017.
Conservation Minister Maggie Barry welcomes appointments.