Jewelled geckoImage: Sabine Bernert ©
The Million Dollar Mouse team are back in the Antipodes Islands to discover the outcome of one of the largest ever attempts to eradicate mice.
The idea that our threatened species can safely ‘co-exist’ with the onslaught of introduced predators is irresponsible and untrue, writes Threatened Species Ambassador Nicola Toki.
The aftermath of Cyclone Gita brought severe weather over much of New Zealand. Our staff are assessing damage to tracks and facilities.
See which tracks, huts and campsites we need photos of for our website.
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.
Encouraging children to explore nature will be the focus of National Children’s Day celebrations, to be held at Ivon Wilson Park in Te Anau on Sunday 4 March.
DOC has found no sign of a cat on Rangitoto or Motutapu, in the Hauraki Gulf, after an extensive search on the islands.
A new report identifies opportunities and challenges facing agencies and the community in the future management of the Mackenzie Basin.
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.