Projects

Forest & Bird is involved in hundreds of conservation projects across the country - from forest restoration to breeding programmes.

Below is a snapshot of our major projects. If you wish to find out more about projects in your area, please see your local branch page for information.

Current Projects

Places for Penguins

Places for Penguins

This project aims to halt the population decline of blue penguins around the Wellington region Read more

Ark in the Park

Ark in the Park

Formed in 2003, Ark in the Park is a joint restoration project in the Waitakere Ranges, near Auckland. Read more

North-West Wildlink

North-West Wildlink

This Auckland-based project connects & enhances natural areas, including stream banks, reserves, esplanades & backyards. Read more

Kaimai Mamaku Campaign

Kaimai Mamaku Campaign

Seven of our branches are working to restore our Kamai-Mamaku ranges to its former glory. Read more

Motu Manawa Restoration

Motu Manawa Restoration

We are actively involved in restoring one of Auckland's few remaining wetland habitats Read more

Fairy Tern Project

Fairy Tern Project

We're working to save our critically endangered fairy tern from being snuffed out! Read more

Bat Recovery Project

Bat Recovery Project

We working to protecting one of the last remanent populations of long-tailed bats in the Marlborough region. Read more

Bay of Plenty Restoration Project

Bay of Plenty Restoration Project

Following a devastating oil spill in 2011, our Bay of Plenty branches have been working to restore the coastal bird-life in the region. Read more