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Public urged to stay off Hakarimata Summit
DOC facilities close – “take time in nature but stay close to home”
DOC to cancel bookings and temporarily close visitor centres
DOC urges hunters to think safety this roar season
Trail Angels lend a helping hand in nature
Pureora Forest Hunting Competition cancelled
Researchers arrive in Antipodes Island to track albatross
Alarm over number of juvenile white sharks caught on fishing lines
Kea cause of death confirmed
DOC confirm Kauri dieback in Puketi Forest, Bay of Islands
Minister of Conservation pays tribute to a conservation great, Sir Rob Fenwick
Bay of Plenty traffic eases thanks to funding for new freshwater carpool lane
Sir Rob Fenwick passes away
Native red-billed gull shot with bow
Company fined $12,000 for operating illegally at iconic tourist spots
Free dog training helps protect whio
Hunters converge on Pureora for annual competition
Hiker suffers geothermal burn injury on Tongariro Alpine Crossing
One step closer to Predator Free 2050
Turtle release opportunity for Kapiti tourism award winner
Work commences on Taranaki Crossing
Routeburn Returns with partial reopening
Courts take a strong stand on illegal bear bile import
Otago Conservation Management Strategy partial review
Winner of DOC’s World Wildlife Day youth art competition
Eels suffer as waterways dry up in Hawke’s Bay
DOC awaiting test results for dead kea
Summer heat worsens algal bloom and botulism in Firth of Thames, Piako River
Free whio fun for families
Paparoa Track slip repaired to fully open on March 1
Burrowing into shearwater research
Seaweek in Bay of Plenty
$5.6 million fund for community conservation projects open
Historic WWII site reopens in Christchurch
Himalayan tahr control to benefit native plants
Tourist’s drone seized in Tongariro National Park
Pāteke going strong in Fiordland
Mangrove invasion threatens Ahuriri Estuary
GPS tracking avoids future Flint incidents
Recipients of 2020 Wild Creations arts initiative announced
Public feedback sought on marine protection for south eastern South Island
Swingbridge reopens ahead of national ride
Algal bloom likely cause of birds’ ill health and death
Pānui – Rāhui Tongariro Alpine Crossing
Paparoa Track on target for full March 1 opening
Sea lion and pup hit by vehicle in Coastal Otago
Successful breeding season for one of our rarest birds
New visitor experience at Blue Pools