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Pirongia kōkako fledglings taking leap
Tracks remain closed in far north due to feral dogs
Outcome of DOC review of media permits
Kauri dieback testing confirms two new sites on Aotea Island
Awaroa/Godley Head campsite temporarily closed
Shark sightings in Tauranga – beachgoers urged to be vigilant
Cape Brett Peninsula tracks temporarily closed
Scoring veteran to oversee Pureora hunting competition
Breeding season for rare tara iti offers hope for future
Call for hunters to put safety first this Easter
Kahurangi National Park takahē numbers boosted
Historic hut preserved for future generations
Wild horse muster will go ahead
Waikato’s Pahautea Hut now bookable online
DOC urges island visitors to follow rules and biosecurity advice
DOC calls for Māui dolphin sightings as seaborne survey continues
Connecting with our seas this Seaweek 6
Positive productivity rate for Coromandel’s dotterels
Sperm whale stranding at Ripiro Beach, Pouto Peninsula
Help penguins get through critical moult season
Stoats under microscope in Mt Taranaki research
Boosting pāteke on Milford Track
Narrow escape for critically endangered moth highlights fire risks
New phase of work underway at Taranaki Crossing
Tūturuatu evacuated from Motutapu
Tiny ‘flying penguins’ need greater attention on land and at sea
Impressive response to DOC scholarship programme
Always take weather with you
Taranaki Seaweek event: Living with albatross
Dog owners disregarding pest free island rules
Popular South Auckland track re-opens
Sole Antipodean albatross chick from Chathams being tracked
Mataketake Hut opening pays tribute to conservationist
New DOC strategy champions responsible enjoyment of outdoors
Court sends strong message to dog owners in recent wildlife cases
Forest edge trial to shed light on bat behaviour
120-metre long set net found in Auckland marine reserve
Mohua and other birds still on rise
Jobs for Nature helps lizard hunt
Rob Roy Track reopens
Pureora Forest Park Hunting competition back for 2021
Dangerous slip closes Eastern Okataina Walkway
Waitomo-based project protects jobs and nature
Young kākāriki karaka bolster wild population
Tread lightly to keep Mavora Lakes special
Conservation dogs sniff out trouble as yachting fans flock to islands
Popular Hakarimata tracks to close temporarily from early February
Dogs on holiday causing penguin nightmare