Date: 23 January 2018Individuals, groups and businesses have a novel opportunity to help boost conservation in New Zealand – by adopting a Fiordland Valley.
Date: 19 January 2018DOC has completed track upgrades in kauri forests throughout the Hauraki, Coromandel and Tauranga districts, to help prevent the spread of kauri dieback.
Date: 17 January 2018Toyota 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.
Date: 17 January 2018Two 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.
Date: 17 January 2018Picton Dawn Chorus has secured $60,000 from DOC to support their pest control work.
Date: 15 January 2018A whopping 26 whio have arrived at the Whio Hardening Facility in Turangi.
Date: 15 January 2018Rakatu Wetlands, located on the floodplain of the Waiau River, will be the site for Fiordland's 2018 World's Wetland Day celebration on 27 January.
Date: 12 January 2018DOC is warning fishers to stay out of marine reserves around Banks Peninsula after a recent spate of alleged illegal fishing.
Date: 11 January 2018DOC is appealing for information about the cutting down of native trees at Robin Hood Bay, a popular coastal camping spot in Marlborough.
Date: 11 January 2018DOC is reminding people to keep safe as two female leopard seals continue their visits to Auckland’s seaside spots.
Date: 11 January 2018DOC is reviewing options to address the impact of pests within the Raukumara Forest Park.
Date: 11 January 2018A routine check of tracking tunnels on Tiritiri Matangi island on 8 January has launched a search for a rat on the inner Hauraki Gulf sanctuary.
Date: 08 January 2018A record number of whio ducklings have been located on Mt Taranaki in what is proving to be a boom year for the rare native blue duck.
Date: 03 January 2018Source: Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI)MPI and DOC will continue to take a zero tolerance approach towards people who poach from the Te Tapuwae o Rongokako Marine Reserve north of Gisborne.