View the latest information to be added to the site.
Discover Marlborough’s and Kaikoura’s amazing natural areas with the Summer Explorer Programme. Grab your friends and family for some adventures with the Department of Conservation in conjunction with local clubs and organisations.
This is a great opportunity to live and work on Maud Island/Te Hoiere. Maud is a wildlife management island with native frogs, giant weta and takahe.
The battle to manage pest plants and animals in the Lower North Island is heating up, with the Department of Conservation and regional councils joining forces to protect the region's natural assets.
Get an update on the 2013-2014 New Zealand fairy tern breeding season in the Mangawhai and Waipu area.
More than 400 bags, filled with goodies for boaties and campers, are among the latest weapons being used by Project Island Song to keep the islands of the eastern Bay of Islands pest-free.
The number of community restoration groups registered with the Nature Space website has doubled in the last year. The site allows individuals and groups undertaking ecological restoration to promote projects, record data, and access advice and resources.
Students to spend 3 days on Motutapu Island at a pilot camp created to foster young conservation ambassadors in Auckland.
The Department of Conservation is seeking public feedback on a proposal to establish a conservation park on Aotea/Great Barrier Island.
Submissions close: Friday 28 February 2014
The Department of Conservation is seeking feedback on a proposed conservation park on Aotea / Great Barrier Island.
Make toys that will help entertain our kea and kākā at the Te Anau Wildlife Centre.
Project Kaka's second aerial pest control operation, designed to boost native forest birds by reducing predators during the birds' breeding season, has began in the Tararua Forest Park.
You don’t have to be an expert mountaineer to explore exhilarating alpine environments. Here in the Manawatu we have a great option for first-time alpine adventurers.
The Department of Conservation’s Thorndon Office hosted an island biosecurity hui on Wednesday 27 November.
Beech trees are currently flowering heavily across the country and could lead to a plague of predators next year putting some rare bird populations at risk says the Department of Conservation.
A total of 58 nominations have been received for the Otago Marine Protection Planning Forum, representing widespread interests and a good geographic spread.
Read a newsletter about volunteer projects and volunteer history in Southland.
Join DOC rangers at Te Anau Wildlife Centre and help them feed birds and learn how they survive in the wild, where they live and what is being done to ensure their future.
Make the most of this wonderful daily opportunity to join DOC rangers as they feed our beautiful takahē at Te Anau Wildlife Centre.
Find out how you and your family or friends (up to 5 people) could get free entry to Zealandia, the chance to meet takahē Ambassadors Puffin and T2 and learn more about these unique birds, while enjoying a delicious picnic lunch from Zealandia's Rata Café.
Saturday 22 February 2014
Enjoy a magic day out in the Murchison Mountains. Follow in the footsteps of Doc Orbell and see where takahē were rediscovered in 1948. .