Pohutukawa on the main beach, Mt MaunganuiImage: Shellie Evans ©
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Over the past 4-6 weeks the Te Anau based Takahē Recovery Rangers have been walking alpine tussock areas in search of the wild takahē population of the Murchison Mountains.
DOC is delighted four of its Otago Icon heritage sites have been included as part of the Landmarks Whenua Tohunga programme, launched at an event in Dunedin today.
Have your say on the current and future management of Molesworth Station. Submissions close 31 March 2018.
An activity programme for kids to learn about nature, earn cool rewards and go on epic family adventures. 14 new sites have been launched in December!
Conservation boards represent the public and offer interaction between communities and DOC. Nominations are invited for positions on all 15 conservation boards.
A project to protect native species and enhance the landscape of Cape Foulwind in Buller will be boosted by support from the DOC Community Fund, Conservation Minister Eugenie Sage has announced.
The reclusive rock wren/tuke is on the rise in Kahurangi National Park due to our predator control programme, recent monitoring confirms.
A 171-year-old mystery, at the site of the battle of Ruapekapeka in Northland, has been solved.
DOC is investing in road signage on a problematic West Coast backcountry road this summer but says travellers must prepare, drive to the conditions and expect more traffic.