Neinei I Kura Conservation Area hunting block consists of steep, rolling terrain with no formed tracks. You can hunt pigs, fallow deer and goats.
The Pisa Conservation Area's 23,000 hectares overlooks the Upper Clutha and Wakatipu basins, and beyond to the Southern Alps/Kā Tiritiri o te Moana. You can hunt red deer, chamois, goats and pigs in this area.
Mill Creek hunting block consists of the higher slopes of the Bledisloe Gorge and Albert Burn Saddle with lower regions along the Mill Creek/Corner Burn catchment and true left of the West and East Matukituki River. You can hunt Red Deer and Chamois.
Shotover Saddle Faces hunting block consists of challenging, steep terrain covered by tussock grass, scree and rock faces. You can hunt chamois and goats.
Natural History New Zealand has supported the Million Dollar Mouse project by allowing them to share their 1980 documentary about the Antipodes Islands.
In this issue: Live on a Hauraki Gulf/Tīkapa Moana island; Winter planting season begins; Waikato students winging their way to Great Walk.
The Minister of Conservation gives notice of her intention to grant a concession to Auckland Council for a lease of two of the barracks buildings at Fort Takapuna Recreation Reserve. Submissions close: Tuesday 28 July 2015.
A rogue bull that was reportedly roaming Monckton Scenic Reserve has been removed thanks to the response and advice of neighbouring farmers.
Following phone calls from the public concerned about the welfare of New Zealand fur seals in Gisborne, DOC is reminding the public to leave seals alone to rest.
The Whanganui District hunting blocks under the Central North Island online permits system have been updated.
This volunteer community group is committed to enhancing the local environment through dune restoration planting and shorebird protection.
Three of the seven pest free islands in the Bay of Islands will soon provide safe new havens for saddleback/tīeke and whitehead/pōpokotea from Tiritiri Matangi Island in the Hauraki Gulf.
20 brown teal/pāteke were released within the safety of a predator proof fence at Lake Opouahi in northern Hawke’s Bay yesterday.
20 pāteke (brown teal) are hoping for good weather when they fly into Napier today on the last leg of their trip to their new home.
In the first edition of Māui Watch read about the start of the new population estimate, Māui dolphin day and a school fundraising event.
Historic Hooker Hut has been removed from its precarious position above the crumbling moraine wall of the retreating Hooker Glacier, in Aoraki/Mt Cook National Park.
National Volunteer Week is happening 21–27 June. Get your family or friends together and volunteer for conservation!
Four kiwi were recently released into the Rangataua Forest south of Ohakune. Three of them ‘flew’ in from Orana Wildlife Park in Christchurch courtesy of Air New Zealand.
This report describes the results and efficacy of an aerial survey of Salvin's albatross population size at The Snares Western Chain.
Following consultation, DOC has changed its local policy concerning the use of power assisted cycles (e-bikes) on the Otago Central Rail Trail.