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!
Once an economic statistician, now a Tongariro Northern Circuit Hut Ranger, meet Sally Jackson–a woman of many talents…
After a long flight home a pair of jewelled geckos are settling back in to life in New Zealand after they were illegally smuggled to Germany.
A Canterbury school group’s dream of halting the decline of kiwi in their local conservation area became a step closer to reality with the release of six adult birds last week.
In the lead up to the centenary of the ANZAC Day landings, DOC looks back at the significance that WWI played in New Zealand’s cultural identity.
Our smallest species of kiwi made a return to Fiordland over the weekend. Their arrival completing a century-long round trip.
The Community Conservation Partnership Fund together with dedicated volunteer contribution has helped control predators in the Rotoehu Area, Rotorua.
DOC is no longer confident the local organisation managing visits to the tunnels can ensure the safety of visitors.