DOC has laid charges in the Invercargill District Court against a Northland man for the alleged hunting and possession of a protected species under the Wildlife Act.
Join the Department of Conservation and Forest and Bird for a weekend of conservation in the Catlins.
Find out when Stewart Island hunting blocks are available for July 2016 - September 2016.
In this issue: No 1 for Tiritiri Matangi Island; NZ’s rarest duck on Motutapu; Battle for our Birds success.
This report provides an annual update on the protected species bycatch newsletter which is half way through its term.
DOC is asking for continued support from the Nelson Tasman community for a concerted push in coming months to ensure the pest great white butterfly is wiped out.
Come face to face with Lepidium juvencum, a very rare plant at its only mainland habitat. Take part in the working bee and help it flourish.
Join Muriel and whanau from Ōraka-Aparima Rūnaka and make a traditionally styled manu (kite) to celebrate the time of Puaka and Matariki.
Associate Conservation Minister Nicky Wagner announces 41 appointments to the 14 Conservation Boards across New Zealand.
Dunedin’s Silver Peaks tracks are in top shape for trampers thanks to the efforts of a small group of dedicated volunteers.
Recent heavy rain and the new lake rising has caused restoration work to be postponed.
The Taupo Trout Fishery season starts this week - get your annual licence online and be in to win!
To celebrate Wellington’s 150th birthday celebration, DOC will be hosting a spectacular 'two day tea break' at the Old Government Buildings on 25 and 26 July 2015.
In the second edition of Māui Watch read about the sightings process, learn how you can help if you are a cat owner, and watch some awesome video footage.
A hui supporting conservation groups with tools and knowledge needed to carry out successful projects.
A new online licensing system will make it easier to get out on the water when the Taupo fishing season kicks off 1 July. From 29 June, keen anglers will be able to buy their annual licence from the comfort of their own home.
You can submit on an intention to transfer and release a number of species to a new fish farm in Nelson. Submissions close 24 July 2015.
Partnerships Ranger Charles Barrie shares his experience working with volunteer groups, young and old.
Heavy snow has damaged two of three aviaries used for captive rearing of black stilt or kakī near Twizel, but most of the birds are safe.
Volunteering works! Just check out the difference volunteers have made to Whangarei Heads, in the north of New Zealand.