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Rare lizard habitat protected
New views and experiences in Glacier Valleys
DOC monitoring rāpoka/NZ sea lions in south
Help protect Tāne Mahuta and our great kauri this summer
Cape Kidnappers Gannet Reserve to remain closed over Christmas
Dog owners urged to Lead Way to protect native wildlife on coastlines
Give nesting birds a fighting chance this summer
Hunt safely and responsibly this summer
Two injured Northland Kiwi returned home
DOC welcomes careful visitors to outdoors
Fishers urged to dispose of rubbish responsibly after dead dolphin calf found entangled
Mahi Aroha 2020 – Giving Nature a Loving Hand
Hector’s dolphin found dead in Milford Sound
Mana Cruising Club supports Marlborough Sounds island
Protect kauri and come clean to Ngahere this summer
DOC asks visitors to ‘Love this place’
Taranaki truck driver saves kiwi chick
Partial closure of Paparoa Track to continue
Rising rain wrecks routes
Fiordland takahē homeland full – no vacancies
NZAC and DOC celebrate 30-year milestone
Coromandel visit sparks dolphin excitement
Plight of toroa/northern royal albatross goes global
DOC funding to support community predator control
Gordon Park gets a helping hand from Whanganui Collegiate
DOC disappointed at biker’s risky behaviour
Flood of support for Top of South catchment
Waikanae Estuary Care Group’s efforts boosted
Kaikōura man sentenced for killing red-billed gulls
Ruahine whio to benefit from latest DOC Community Fund
National Park patties net $20k penalties
Double celebration for tara iti/fairy tern
Extraordinary rescue from ends of earth
Working together to identify, protect, manage and restore our indigenous biodiversity
Excitement as Pakihi Track reopens
Life rafts to protect threatened black-billed gulls
Diamond Lake track reopens
Less is more for Coromandel this summer
DOC welcomes new Tauranga SMART Operator
Family Fun Day to celebrate 20th anniversary of Marine Reserve
Caution urged over rat carcasses on beach
Acoustic devices confirm Hector’s and Māui dolphins are present in Taranaki region
Kiwi calls fill night in Whirinaki Te Pua-a-Tāne Conservation Park
Protecting at-risk nests from a predator plague in Northern Ruahine ranges
Photo competition to celebrate marine reserve’s 20th birthday
Taranaki Mounga predator control a success
New Te Henga Bridge officially open
Partnering to protect native birds and power lines