The wind was strong, but the sun was shining as the first 19 juvenile kaki/black stilt were released onto the Tasman River last week.

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This year the Sir Peter Blake Trust, in partnership with DOC are offering 5 placements for Blake Ambassadors to work alongside leading scientists, conservators and rangers to gain field experience in their chosen area of study.

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An update from Director-General Lou Sanon on his recent visits to Northland, Te Urewera and Mount Hikurangi.

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For 10 years now The Outlook for Someday film challenge has helped grow a generation of sustainability storytellers.

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In what has become an unofficial tradition, we countdown the most visited species on the DOC website for 2016.

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DOC’s conservation dogs have interesting jobs. Learn more about the role Jazz plays in locating some of our precious native bird species.

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What can we do about wasps? Introducing Wasp Wipeout – a community-led initiative to sustain and increase the amount of wasp control across the region, writes Christine Officer.

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