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Join Forest & Bird's Dunedin Branch for a talk from Neville Peat about his latest book on climate change.
Room 215 (2nd Floor), Zoology Benham Building, 346 Great King Street, Dunedin
Speaker Francesca Cunninghame will talk about the Galapagos Islands Mangrove Finch. Venue may be the Hansen Hall.
Southern Institute of Technology, Tay St
Auckland Council’s commitment to seabird recovery: the first regional seabird monitoring and restoration programme
Kelston Community Centre, 135 Awaroa Road, corner with Great North Road, Kelston
Community Planting at Orphanage Stream Delta. Your chance to help Forest and Bird with support from Nelson Nature to restore this coastal habitat. Volunteers will meet at the back of the carpark at Annesbrook Church, 40 Saxton Rd, Stoke 9am - 11am.
Annesbrook Church carpark, 40 Saxton Road, Stoke
Free event open to children 5 to 12 years old (with parent/caregiver attendance).
Please RSVP firstname.lastname@example.org.
New Coasters, 38 Albert Street, Greymouth
We're proud to announce that the 2019 Forest & Bird Conference and AGM will once again be held in Te Papa, Wellington. Speakers include, Conservation Minister Hon.
Te Papa, Wellington
Annual Tree planting at the Waitangi Reserve. A morning planting with BBQ to follow. Mike Hockey to co-ordinate.
Waitangi Reserve Napier
Forest and Bird and Sumner Environment group are working with the CCC to restore native bush.to this CCC reserve behind Sumner. All working bees are at the lower Mahoe-nui site.
Speaker Louise Chilvers - the effects of oil on wildlife, New Zealand’s oiled wildlife response preparedness
Southern Institute of Technology, Tay St, Invercargill
A workshop for all ages to get hands on and investigate the plastic getting into our waterways; where it comes from and how to reduce it.
ZEALANDIA, Waiapu Road, Karori, Wellington
Forest and Bird and Sumner Environment group are working with the CCC to restore native bush to this CCC reserve behind Sumner). All working bees are at the lower Mahoe-nui site.
A walk to the Admiralty Gum trees and beyond over farm land
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