He’s worked on the edge of paradise in Te Anau breeding alpacas. He’s rocked to ‘The Boss’ at Mount Smart Stadium. He’s a father to two strapping young men, and one much smaller fairy princess. He’s DOC’s Regional Planning Manager in Nelson. Come behind the scenes and into the world of Andrew Cudby.

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Emma Neal was inspired to make a career change and become a DOC ranger while browsing the internet looking at study options. Today, she writes about her journey to securing her dream job.

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Today’s photo of the week shows kayakers in Piopiotahi (Milford Sound) — one of New Zealand’s iconic Coastal Gems. You could win an amazing marine experience like this, for you and three friends, by entering #DiveIntoAdventure.

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A key to the conservation of our nationally endangered little brown moth is determining its host plant and habitat requirements. Brian Patrick is working towards solving the mystery.

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Archaeologist, Sharleen (Shar) Briden writes about the recent discovery and recovery of a waka on the foreshore of the Papanui Inlet, Otago Peninsula.

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DOC teamed up with local councils, iwi, and a variety of conservation groups in the Horowhenua/Manawatu, to get their hands dirty over the winter months and plant trees.

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Meet freestyle skier, rower, fire fighter, and kiwi conservation crusader, Tongariro based Biodiversity Ranger, Renee Potae.

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