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Kiwi Translocation update – June 2022

Kiwi Translocation Postponed For more than 10 years, the Tamahunga Trappers have been increasing predator control measures and engaging in other efforts to facilitate the translocation of kiwi onto Mt Tamahunga. The Tamahunga forest is a significant local landmark, is...

Need some help with your community conservation group accounts?

Need some help with your community conservation group accounts? Here’s an offer too good to miss if you are part of a community conservation group in Rodney that could do with a hand with your accounts, the team at Altitude Advisors may be able to help. TFBT are...

Counting Down To Kiwi – Tamahunga Trappers News

Counting Down To Kiwi – Tamahunga Trappers News Tamahunga Trappers is heading ever closer to its kiwi translocation happening on 5/6 March. Finally, we are able to go ahead with the public Open Day on 6 February at the Matakana Village Hall, from 1.00pm to 4.00pm....

Local Conservation Groups Join Forces For Nature

Local Conservation Groups Join Forces For Nature The Forest Bridge Trust (TFBT) and the Mahurangi conservation group, Mahu West Pest Incorporated (MWP) are delighted to announce their collaboration to create a new area of focus around Pukapuka and Cowan Bay roads....

Korimako (NZ Bellbird) Sighted in Central Auckland Suburb

Korimako (NZ Bellbird) Sighted in Central Auckland Suburb In mid-November 2021 a Korimako was sighted in a central Auckland reserve and reported by “Stuff” and “One News”. The story illustrates the success of suburban trappers in controlling predator species within...

Kiwis For Kiwi – Latest News

Kiwis For Kiwi - Latest News This week was a big week for our friends at Kiwis for kiwi … because they rebranded to Save the Kiwi! The name change encapsulates their mission and creates more urgency about a cause that everyday New Zealanders can get behind. This also...

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...