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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.
Join Forest & Bird Dunedin for a field trip to the Falconer Wetland near Paerau.
Please register your interest in this field trip so we can let you know of any cancellations, postponements, or updates.
Meet at the Botany Department car park, Corner of Great King and Union St West
Join Forest & Bird Dunedin for a presentation from Mel Young on how hoiho (yellow-eyed penguins) forage for food in the marine environment.
Room 215, 2nd floor Zoology Benham Building, 346 Great King St, Dunedin
Title: What research discoveries have been made about weka since 2015?
Speaker: Ralph Powlesland
Formerly employed as an ornithologist by the Department of Conservation until 2010. He
Blenheim School Hall
Join Forest & Bird Dunedin and explore the eastern spur of the Lammermoor Range!
Meet at the Botany Department carpark (corner of Great King Street and Union Street West)
Unfortunately, due to the risks and uncertainties created by Covid-19, the Napier branch in consultation with National Office have decided to postpone the 2020 gathering until next year.
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Forest & Bird is a registered charitable entity in terms of the Charities Act 2005. Registration No. CC26943.
Authorised by Kevin Hague, Royal Forest & Bird Protection Society, 205 Victoria St, Wellington.
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