Nelson-Tasman Forest & Bird covers the areas between Pelorus Bridge in Marlborough and Takaka Hill in Tasman.
We currently have 475 members, people of all ages and backgrounds drawn together by their love of the environment.
We hold monthly branch meetings with guest speakers, to which anyone is welcome. Unless otherwise stated in our programme, meetings are held at Tahunanui School Hall, Muritai Street, Tahunanui, commencing at 7:30pm.
To find out more please contact Gillian Pollock on:
(03) 540 2748
Occasional weedbusting sessions are held on private land to assist owners to control invasive weeds on their bush blocks. Contact Mike or Debs firstname.lastname@example.org
If you would like to make a donation towards branch activities our bank account details are:
RFBPS Inc 38 9011 0211437 00
Our exciting programme of talks, activities and trips caters for all ages and abilities.
Talk topics are as varied as eels, fungi, photography, kakapo, rocks and fossils, tenure review, and wild rivers.
Trips include beach and forest walks, tree planting, bird watching, and fossil finding.
Guests are always welcome! Come join us!
Paremata Flats Reserve planting and weeding days
Come and join in planting and weeding days at Paremata Flats Reserve. For more information on the project and how to get there click here
In order to spread the fundraising dollar, we are also potting up seedlings of canopy species for this project.
We are looking for people who may be keen to help with this and be able to look after some of these trees in their back yard for 1 to 2 years, all that will be required will be to ensure they are watered and weeded. Contact email@example.com
Projects our Branch is involved with include:
• Bat survey — for long and short-tailed native bats.
• Paremata Reserve — pest control and replanting of this remnant coastal forest. Contact Ian (03) 545 9018.
• Raumanuka Reserve Motueka — weed control, replanting to restore health of this coastal reserve. Contact Beth (03) 5285212
Tapu Bay Restoration Project - sand dune restoration in the Motueka area. Contact Paul (03) 528 9599.