View from the Kepler TrackImage: Daniel Deans | DOC
The official yearly takahē population count is in, with the highest annual growth rate recorded in almost 70 years. Read more about the Takahē Recovery Programme.
Conservation Week is coming to an end, but that doesn’t mean we stop protecting, growing, nurturing and caring for our nature. Here are ways to turn Conservation Week into a conservation lifetime.
The endangered kea is the world's only alpine parrot, and one of the most intelligent birds. The kea has been crowned Bird of the Year for 2017.
This year we celebrate 30 years of change in our work with communities. We put the spotlight on some of the milestones and challenges over that time and glimpse at the future of this work.
Have a go at life as a whio, and be in to win an amazing adventure! Closes 22 October 2017.
Earn a medal in your own backyard by doing one of these conservation actions at home. During Conservation Week you can enter DOC’s photo competition by completing any action medal and taking a photo while doing it!
One of New Zealand’s protected wood pigeons, the kererū, was killed in Napier over the long weekend.
We are reopening Motutapu Island to the public tomorrow (Saturday 21 October), the first day of Labour Weekend.
The official yearly takahē population count is in, with 347 birds recorded throughout the country – a 13 percent increase in the last year.
We are seeking information about four protected kererū found shot dead at the Lake Mangamahoe Wildlife Sanctuary, near New Plymouth.