DOC is urging the public to come forward with information after 58 lizards were found stuffed in a discarded lunchbox at the Christchurch Botanical Gardens.
Work out the likely success of your species translocation, when you follow best practices and factor in genetic variability.
Find out what DOC's requirements are for community groups wanting to start a conservation project on public conservation land.
North Head/Maungauika is to become predator free, a first step towards a predator free Auckland.
1 November 2017 - 28 February 2018: This is an opportunity to assist a master's student who needs assistance with her research into Pureora short-tailed bats while she completes a project for DOC.
An aerial pest control operation will protect at-risk native species in the Northern Ruahine Ranges from a surge of hungry predators this spring.
DOC is reminding whitebaiters to be aware of regulations as the 2017 season begins next week.
Two protected kererū (native pigeon) have been found shot next to a camping ground at Lake Brunner near Greymouth on the West Coast.
The Whanganui office recently farewelled Myles Genbitsky and Justin Rihia who together have given an astounding 55 years of service to DOC.
December 2017 to April 2018: Volunteer for one or two weeks at the picturesque Kerr Bay or West Bay Campsites (dogs not allowed), or Teetotal Campsite where dogs are allowed.
November 2017 to April 2018: Walk the beautiful Travers-Sabine Circuit in Nelson Lakes National Park as a volunteer hut warden.
October 2017 to April 2018: Volunteer to be a warden at the magnificent Angelus Hut in Nelson Lakes National Park.