Pohutukawa on the main beach, Mt MaunganuiImage: Shellie Evans ©
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On a rare long weekend of pure sunshine, we head back in to Shy Lake to check on the Fiordland tokoeka chicks.
On 28 November 2017, a 15 year old male kākāpō named Blake died of suspected heat stress following a routine capture and handling while having his transmitter changed.
View the most recent volunteer activities added to the website.
One of the best ways you can look after the native birds and lizards in your backyard is by protecting them from rats and mice.
A trapping tunnel is a box to put a rat trap inside. The tunnel is designed to protect your young family members and pets from the trap.
An Invercargill man has been fined for dumping vacuum cleaners and other rubbish in the Seaward Moss Conservation Area.
DOC Hawke’s Bay is looking for wardens at Waitara/Glenn Falls, Everetts and Kuripapango campsites.
A partnership between DOC, Te Arai and Mangawhai Shorebirds Trust, Te Uri o Hau Settlement Trust, and Boffa Miskell will protect the endangered fairy tern.
People journeying on SH1 through Kaikoura this summer can camp overnight at DOC campsites or take a break for a walk or seal viewing in areas where access isn’t restricted due to earthquake damage or the highway rebuild.