View from the Kepler TrackImage: Daniel Deans | DOC
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Our native species have been isolated from the rest of the world for a long time. As a result, they’ve developed traits that are quite unusual in the animal kingdom.
The stranded orca on Marfells Beach was refloated into deeper water at high tide today and is now swimming out to sea.
The endangered kea is the world's only alpine parrot, and one of the most intelligent birds. The kea has been crowned Bird of the Year for 2017.
Learn about the area by exploring some stories from the interpretation panels on the Queen Charlotte Track.
The official yearly takahē population count is in, with 347 birds recorded throughout the country – a 13 percent increase in the last year.
A significant project to upgrade the Roys Peak Track vehicle facilities is almost complete, with the track open to the public again on Saturday 18 November.
Initial findings from a social research project show that most New Zealanders support the need for pest control.
DOC is responding to a possible mouse sighting on pest-free Tiritiri Matangi island in the Hauraki Gulf.
Three people have been trespassed from the Kaweka Forest Park for illegally lighting fires which threatened not only the campsites, but people and native wildlife.