Experiencing Rangihoua Heritage Park – the site of New Zealand’s first Christmas service and the first place Māori allowed English missionaries to settle.

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Today’s photo of the week is the impressive view from Mount Allen in the Tin Range, a remote mountain range on Stewart Island/Rakiura.

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In April DOC is turning 30 and we’ve been celebrating in the best way possible — with cake. Check out some of the creative birthday cakes from around the country.

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An update from Director-General Lou Sanson on DOC’s birthday celebrations, gecko translocations, myrtle rust and more.

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Today’s photo is of a mottled petrel/kōrure chick on Whenua Hou/Codfish Island off the southern coast of New Zealand.

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The Green Ribbon Awards recognise outstanding contributions to protect and manage New Zealand’s environment. Entries for this year’s awards are now open.

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Brown kiwi live in the North Island. There are four distinct forms, including the Coromandel brown kiwi.

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