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Great Kererū Count 2021 – citizen science in action

Great Kererū Count 2021 – citizen science in action The Great Kererū Count is an annual citizen science project and the more people who participate, the better the understanding we will get on how kererū are doing across the country. The Great Kererū Count was set up...

Make our birds count

The New Zealand Garden Bird Survey takes place between 26 June and 4 July 2021. It’s a fantastic reason to spend time outdoors, and you’ll be doing your bit for science. It’s easy to take part, and their website has all the resources you need- including fun...

Northland kiwi corridor opens with release of the iconic birds

Exciting news! Northland’s first kiwi corridor, officially known as the Kiwi Link Community Pest Control Area, where kiwis can safely roam and enjoy their family life, has been opened in Whangarei. The opening of the kiwi sanctuary was highlighted with the release of...

Kiwi Conservation receives multi-million-dollar cash injection.

Kiwi conservationists all over Aotearoa are celebrating after the Ministry of Conservation announced a multi-million-dollar cash injection into kiwi conservation efforts today.Jobs for Nature funding, as part of the Government’s COVID-19 response and recovery package,...

More Resources for Kiwi Conservation

Department of Conservation Media Release, September 17, 2020. New Zealand’s goal of 100,000 kiwi by 2030 is being helped by an extra $19.7 million in funding to accelerate iwi and community efforts to protect kiwi, Minister of Conservation Eugenie Sage announced....