It has been one year since the goal of a Predator Free New Zealand by 2050 was announced. To celebrate we’re reflecting on a few of the highlights from the past year.
DOCs Dirty Dozen Saloon was a hit at Fieldays. Now there’s a bounty out for DOCs most wanted weeds. Submit sightings of the Dirty Dozen weeds and you’ll be in to win $100.
The Queen Charlotte Track, while not an official Great Walk, is considered pretty great by the thousands of walkers and mountain bikers that experience all or part of it each year.
Another successful northern New Zealand dotterel breeding season has flashed by on the Coromandel Peninsula.
Last month a group of school students were invited on a special trip to Poor Knights Islands Marine Reserve.
Exploring New Zealand’s winter wilderness is an experience like no other. We have five questions to help you get the most out of your winter adventure.
We had a chat with Peter DeLange, who, this year, won the Loder Cup for his outstanding achievements in flora conservation. We find out a bit about him and his work.
Ben Knight, Guardians of the Kāpiti Marine Reserve Chairperson, looks back over the past 25 years since the opening of the Kāpiti Marine Reserve.
Experiencing Ohakune Old Coach Road — enjoying the breathtaking and ‘must-stop’ moments along this top heritage attraction.
The Project Island Song partnership, made up of community group Guardians of the Bay of Islands, local hapū Ngāti Kuta and Patukeha and DOC, teamed up with Kerikeri Shade House volunteers for a busy day on Tuesday 13th June.