Western weka, Sinbad Valley in FiordlandPHOTO: Sabine Bernert ©
October is Save Kiwi Month. Join the Quest for Kiwi or the Great Kiwi Morning Tea. There are heaps of ways to get involved.
Lou discusses the two recent Deed of Settlement signing ceremonies, his visit to one of our newest huts, and the new Kermadec Ocean Sanctuary.
Intern Lindsay Wickman tells us about some of the work DOC staff are doing to turn around the population decline of the Māui dolphin.
William Arlidge from DOC's Marine Species and Threats Team writes about his recent work on the Māui dolphin population estimate.
A 620,000 km2 Ocean Sanctuary will be created in the Kermadec region, one of the most pristine and unique environments on Earth.
Nicola Toki is DOC's Threatened Species Ambassador. Her role is to raise awareness and inspire action for our threatened native plants and animals.
An application by the Hawke’s Bay Regional Investment Company to exchange land required for the Ruataniwha water storage scheme has been approved by DOC Director General Lou Sanson.
A 15 metre whale has washed up at the southern end of Oreti Beach, near Invercargill.