Events

Forest & Bird is involved in many national and international events which help raise awareness of conservation issues.

Our annual Bird of the Year poll, activities around Conservation Week and World Wetlands Day are just a few of the events we take part in. See our events (below) for more details, or check out what’s on in your area for local events.
 

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South Otago: Field Trip. The Tahakopa Kakariki Protection & Enhancement Trust project in the Tahakopa Valley, Catlins.

Sun, 1 Mar 2015

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Napier Field Trip to Rokaiwhenua Track

Sun, 1 Mar 2015

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North Canterbury: Public Talk - Travels with Godwits by ornithologist David Melville

Mon, 2 Mar 2015

As part of Seaweek North Canterbury Forest and Bird will be co-hosting this event with the Avon Heathcote Estuary Ihutai Trust. Come and listen to...

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North Canterbury: Wilding Pine Volunteer Days - March Trip

Sat, 7 Mar 2015

 North Canterbury Forest and Bird are keen to support Environment Canterbury and the Waimakiriri Ecological Landscape Restoration...

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North Canterbury: Public Talk on Volunteering on Codfish Island with the Kakapo Recovery Programme

Tue, 10 Mar 2015

Find out about life on Whenua Hou / Codfish Island in Foveaux Straight, home of New Zealand's last remaining Kakapo. Vanessa will talk about life as...

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Monthly Meeting

Thu, 12 Mar 2015

 Monthly meeting with speaker, Ivan North, a Ngaruroro dairy farmer. Members and friends welcome.

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Hastings-Havelock North: Field trip to Kuripapango/Lakes

Sun, 15 Mar 2015

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Dunedin: Field trip: How clean are our streams? Explore the invertebrate life in the Water of Leith with Ripley Dean, ecologist.

Sun, 15 Mar 2015

 Leader Francie Beggs 453 6188.

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Dunedin: Dr Marc Schallenberg, Department of Zoology. "What is freshwater ecological integrity and how has it changed as a result of human activities on the landscape?"

Tue, 17 Mar 2015

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Moa: Their Diets and Past Roles in New Zealand Ecosystems

Thu, 19 Mar 2015

 Dr Jamie Wood (Landcare Research) The nine species of extinct moa were New Zealand’s largest terrestrial herbivores. Their role in...

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