Air New Zealand and DOC have won the Industry Alignment Award at the 2015 Tourism Industry Awards in Auckland.
Monitoring studies show that targeted pest control operations last summer have led to record survival rates for short-tailed bats in the Eglinton valley in Fiordland.
Planting trees in their own backyard has turned into something much bigger for a Waikato couple.
One of Arthur’s Pass iconic backcountry huts was burnt to the ground sometime between Thursday and Friday last week.
16-20 November 2015: Four volunteers with experience in off track bush navigation are required to assist DOC rangers on Pickersgill Island in Queen Charlotte Sound.
October 2015 - February 2016: We are looking for volunteers to help with the DOC summer activity programmes in Marlborough.
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.
An application by the Hawke's Bay Regional Investment Company to exchange land required for the Ruataniwha water storage scheme has been approved.
10 December 2015: Volunteers are needed to assist with the protection of this regionally significant intact dune system by removing weeds from the dunes.
16-18 October 2015: Volunteers are needed to help landscape and weed gardens around the Waikawau Bay campsites.
Dr. Jo Peace, Research Fellow from Auckland University looks at the stomach contents of Antipodes Island mice.
Nicola Toki is DOC's Threatened Species Ambassador. Her role is to raise awareness and inspire action for our threatened native plants and animals.
Comment on an application from Pelorus Mail Boat Ltd to a permit to operate commercial tours to view marine mammals by vessel in the Marlborough Sounds. Submissions close 29 October 2015.
Enjoy magnificent views over Banks Peninsula, the Canterbury plains, Southern Alps and Pacific ocean on this tramp around an hour's drive from Christchurch.
This is a serviced nine-bunk hut in the Christchurch and Banks Peninsula area.
A 620,000 km2 Ocean Sanctuary will be created in the Kermadec region, one of the most pristine and unique environments on Earth.
A 15 metre whale has washed up at the southern end of Oreti Beach, near Invercargill.
Kiwis for kiwi is calling on all New Zealanders to help put kiwi on the map with a new citizen science project launched for Save Kiwi Month.
Colin Miskelly (Curator of Vertebrates, Te Papa) highlights how little we know about the snipe that inhabit Antipodes Island.
Get the agenda, minutes, reports, and presentations for the New Zealand sea lion TMP stakeholder meeting of 16 October 2015.