Pohutukawa on the main beach, Mt MaunganuiImage: Shellie Evans ©
The aftermath of Cyclone Gita is bringing severe weather over much of New Zealand. The risk of floods, landslides and falling branches on conservation areas is high.
Gunnera (Chilean rhubarb) is slowly spreading to our native forests, stream banks, roadsides, and pasture. Our native plants can’t compete with this large leaved invader, so it’s time to say goodbye to Gunnera.
The world's first genetic analysis of the white shark population in Australasian waters is significant for their future conservation, New Zealand scientists say.
DOC has had a wide response to its call for initial submissions for potential new Great Walks, with 30 tracks from across the country proposed.
Have your say on the current and future management of Molesworth Station through an online survey. Survey closes 14 April 2018.
This report card assesses the health of the marine reserve according to a range of selected measures. The status and trend over five years are reported for each measure.
Otago Peninsula’s Royal cam albatross chick died after it was attacked yesterday by a parent bird during a tough breeding season for the colony at Pukekura/Taiaroa Head says DOC.
The Million Dollar Mouse monitoring team has set out to complete a month-long assessment to determine the results of the complex eradication project.
Mountain bike and tramping trails through the Whanganui National Park will ride better than last year following a massive volunteer effort in January this year.
DOC staff will be able to issue infringement notices and reduce the number of costly prosecutions under a bill that passed its first reading last night.