The Royal cam chick needs a name. Submit your idea and be in to win a great prize package inluding Air New Zealand flights to Dunedin and a tour of the albatross colony at Taiaroa Head.
For the second year running we're inviting people to help name the internet’s most famous albatross chick.
Mountains of rubbish, including about 100 vacuum cleaners, have been dumped illegally on conservation land near Tiwai.
Fulton Hogan are celebrating the growing success of their partnership with the Takahē Recovery Programme.
Comment on the intention to grant a concession to occupy Matawai Hut for accommodation during outdoor training and education activities. Submissions close 17 July 2017.
Our unique natural heritage is set to inspire artists through the Wild Creations programme, a collaboration between DOC and Creative New Zealand.
Wild Creations is a collaboration between DOC and Creative New Zealand that gives New Zealand artists the chance to be inspired by our unique natural and historic heritage.
Read updates from the Canterbury Aoraki Conservation Board.
Kids Greening Taupō hosted a successful conservatgion event at the Waipahihi Botanical Gardens for young families.
This is the final report for POP2015-03: Objective 1a: Aerial survey for Gibson's albatross on Adams Island 2016 and replaces all previous and preliminary reports for it.
The Consortium will be granted $350,000 a year for the next two years from the DOC Community Fund.
Conservation Volunteers and DOC want to inspire more volunteers to help our threatened species.
Have your say on DOC's application to renew the Whakapapa Waste Water Treatment Plant resource consent. Submissions close 16 June 2017.
Final report for the New Zealand sea lion monitoring at the Auckland Islands 2016/17
This multi-million-dollar fund to support community conservation projects is now open for applications.
The Budget will provide DOC with $21.3 million to fight rats and stoats in this year’s beech forest mast.
Have your say on the Minister's intention to grant a concession to Airways Corporation of New Zealand Limited. Submissions close 10 July 2017.
Classroom activities | Levels: 1-4: Use this resource to uncover why the kākāpō is so important to New Zealand.
The number of visitors to New Zealand has grown strongly over the past decade with visitor arrivals forecast to reach 4.5 million by 2022.
Get more information on the Government's $76 million tourism investment in the 2017 Budget.