A group of talented Kiwi students will trade the classroom for working DOC rangers and conservators this summer after winning sought-after Blake DOC Ambassador Awards.
Delta and DOC are working together to reduce the risk of New Zealand falcon/kārearea being electrocuted when they perch on overhead power equipment.
The honeybee was intentionally introduced to New Zealand to produce honey and improve the pollination of food crops.
Have your say on the Minister of Conservation's intention to grant a concession to the Grey Pistol Club in the Blackball Conservation Area.
The last rāhui placed around the Te Maari eruption centre in August-October 2012 has been lifted by Ngāti Tūwharetoa.
A man has been convicted over the shooting of a rare and protected black-billed gull/tarāpuka.
The winner of the Taupo fishing licence competition takes home a great prize.
The Department of Conservation and Toyota New Zealand are working together to support a new conservation programme for Kiwi kids.
Get the agenda, minutes, reports and presentations for the fifth Conservation Services Programme Research Advisory Group meeting of 2 December 2015.
DOC invites people to register their interest and provide suggestions for the review of the 1992 Paparoa National Park Management Plan.
DOC provided large amounts of data for Environment Aotearoa 2015, a report released by the Ministry for the Environment and Statistics NZ.
Saturday 13 February 2016 | Kawau Island: A fundraising event held in Mansion House Bay.
Nga Whakahaere Takirua is a conservation management strategy that will form part of the East Coast/Hawke's Bay strategy.
The Nature Heritage Fund is investing $235,000 to purchase 124 hectares of forested karst landscape on the western flank of the Abel Tasman National Park.
Have your say on the review of the Paparoa National Park Management Plan.
November 2015 - May 2016: Experience the Southern Alps and meet new people. Volunteers are needed for a 7 night roster during the busy summer season at Mueller Hut.
Comment on Akaroa Dolphins application for an amendment to their permit to operate commercial tours in the Banks Peninsula. Submissions close 18 December 2015.
DOC will be ready to meet a potential plague of rats and stoats threatening vulnerable native species next year, says Conservation Minister Maggie Barry.
Read about the identification of seabirds captured in NZ fisheries for the 2013/14 year (1 July 2013 - 30 June 2014).
Fifteen scientists including three from DOC went on the Kermadec Biodiscovery Expedition in 2011. Their findings were published in October 2015, and are available in the Bulletin of Auckland Museum.