DOC is working with Tuhoe to investigate a cable failure on the Hopuruahine Suspension Bridge yesterday.
If you are bringing your students to the Abel Tasman National Park this information will help you get ready.
3-5 September 2015 | Hamilton: Join us at Lake Areare for a planting event. Bring your lunch, gumboots, and a spade if you have one!
Conservation Minister Maggie Barry has announced a $918,000 commitment to the War on Weeds through this year's round of Community Conservation Partnerships Fund grants.
Our Haast kiwi team are looking for two long-term interns/volunteers to assist them with the September 2015 to February 2016 field season.
Paremata Flats restoration is a project of the Nelson branch of Forest & Bird, at Paremata Flats Reserve, Maori Pa Road, Cable Bay.
The Friends of Pearl Creek hold regular working bees and planting days at Pearl Creek, a well-established riparian restoration project on the Waimea Estuary.
The Minister of Conservation gives notice of her intention to grant 30 year concession to Otago Regional Council for a river flow monitoring site on the Wilkin River Marginal Strip. Submissions close Wednesday 4 November 2015.
The Minister of Conservation gives notice of her intention to grant a 30 year concession to Otago Rural Fire Authority for the use of the Otago Rural Fire Centre building and surrounding grounds. Submissions close Wednesday 4 November 2015.
Sunday 13 September | Fiordland: Come and celebrate the juvenile kākā at
Punanga Manu o Te Anau/Te Anau Bird Sanctuary
DOC is organising a Kākā Picnic on 13 September to celebrate the five juvenile kākā at Punanga Manu o Te Anau/Te Anau Bird Sanctuary, before their release into ecosystem recovery projects.
If you are interested in putting beehives on public conservation land you must register an 'expression of interest'.
DOC is reminding owners to control their dogs after the death of a NZ fur seal on a Gisborne beach.
The population of South Island lesser short-tailed bats in the Eglinton Valley is the only known viable population of this species on mainland Souh Island.
Kākāpō Recovery has been boosted by almost $70,000 following two successful fundraisers, initiated by supporters of the programme.
Comment on William A Mitchell's application for a permit to operate commercial tours to view Marine Mammals by kayak in Abel Tasman. Submissions close 23 September 2015.
Comment on Sea Kayak Adventures application for a permit to operate commercial tours to view Marine Mammals by kayak in the Marlborough Sounds. Submissions close 27 September 2015.
DOC needs your help to understand the current recreational, community and cultural uses and values associated with Whakaipo Bay Recreation Reserve. Your responses will inform a management plan for the reserve. Submissions close 16 October 2015.
Hundreds of invasive weeds are smothering our native forests, wetlands and coastal areas, harming our wildlife and transforming our natural landscapes.
The Minister of Conservation gives notice of her intention to grant Waipu Cove Surf Life Saving Club a lease-licence of the club house buildings at Waipu Cove Domain Recreation Reserve. Submissions close Wednesday 28 October 2015.