Western weka, Sinbad Valley in FiordlandPHOTO: Sabine Bernert ©
Sun on your back, sand between your toes, camping by the sea and swimming in clean water – this is what kiwi life is all about!
For the first time in over a decade, a dog is back on Raoul Island—this time to help clear the island of noxious weeds.
Meet Heather Morison, a Central North Island Biodiversity Ranger who tackles pests, destroys weeds and plays 'Mother Duck' to whio ducklings in Turangi.
Research from scientists John Marris and James Russell has confirmed the devastating impact mice have had on the unique invertebrate species on the Antipodes Island.
Friends of Flora has been working hard since 2001 to restore a healthy ecosystem to the Flora Stream catchment of Kahurangi National Park. This film showcases their work and captures some stunning imagery of the park and its inhabitants.
To celebrate Whio Awareness Month in Fiordland, DOC got its ducks in a row for a quacking good day at the races.
Nearly 100 wetland management specialists assembled in Hamilton on 17-19 March 2015 for a symposium focussing on the Ramsar Convention, relating to wetlands of international importance.
DOC says great white butterfly activity around Nelson could pick up in the coming months.