Western weka, Sinbad Valley in FiordlandPHOTO: Sabine Bernert ©
Ngā Whenua Rāhui run two funds that protect the natural integrity of Māori land and preserve mātauranga Māori. Find out what it's achieved over 25 years.
The story of our endangered Tūturuatu (Shore Plover) has won Tomairangi Harvey Best Young Film-maker at the Japan Wildlife Film Festival.
Volunteer weed busters tackle invasive weeds on Maud Island (Te Hoiere) in the Marlborough Sounds.
Informative new signs at the Manawatu Estuary are teaching visitors about the bird species that rely on this internationally significant wetland habitat.
Hundreds of invasive weeds are smothering our native forests, wetlands and coastal areas, harming our wildlife and transforming our natural landscapes.
If you are interested in putting beehives on public conservation land you must register an 'expression of interest'.
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.
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.