Browse publications about conservation in Fiordland.
Following research into the decline of the Doubtful Sound bottlenose dolphin population the Department of Conservation has published the marine mammal (and other wildlife) code of management.
This report describes the findings of population monitoring surveys carried out between 2009 and 2012 on the Doubtful Sound and Dusky Sound bottlenose dolphins in Fiordland.
This report describes the findings of population monitoring surveys carried out over the summer of 2007/2008 on the Doubtful Sound and Dusky Sound bottlenose dolphins in Fiordland.
This report details a comparative study of Fiordland’s Doubtful and Dusky Sound bottlenose dolphins in 2008.
This brochure outlines measures you can take to prevent rodents and unwanted plants and insects from invading New Zealand's offshore islands.
DOC manages a range of historic sites around New Zealand. This register provides a list of sites in each conservancy.
Fiordland National Park costs almost $9m a year to run but in 2005 it added an estimated $228m to the national economy.
Wilding conifer spread is present in nearly all regions of the South Island. This publication outlines the problem and discusses possible solutions.
This report summarises the animal pest control and monitoring carried out in the Eglinton Valley between July 2011 and June 2012. Invasive animal pests are controlled to protect a range of threatened native species present in the valley.
Whio numbers in Fiordland are greatly affected by predation by stoats. This report summarises the animal pest control and monitoring carried out in the Clinton, Arthur, and Cleddau Valleys, Fiordland, between July 2010 and June 2011.
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