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Professional wildlife biologist Dr Art Polkanov will be presenting the results of the tenth annual reptile survey, conducted on Rangitoto and Motutapu Island Reserves and the sixth one after the official declaration of pest free status of both islands i
Kelston Community Centre, 135 Awaroa Rd, Auckland. Corner of Great North Road and Awaroa Road.
We will stay at the YMCA Lodge within the Park. Bed and food for 3 nights will be about $130 (children $65).
Shakespear Regional Park
Nestled in the heart of the Catlins lies Tautuku Bay, home to Forest & Bird’s largest reserve, and a region containing the last remaining coastal rain forest on the eastern South Island.
Tautuku - The Catlins
This year the South Otago and Dunedin branches are hosting the South Island Gathering at Tautuku, which is nestled in the heart of the Catlins, home to Forest & Bird’s largest reserve.
'The Sanctuary' is our braided river project on the Waimakariri and is a partnership project with the Parks and Reserves team of Environment Canterbury, in particular with Greg Stanley, who is doing wonderful work in the area.
The end of Coutts Island Road, Belfast
Tramp to Middle Stream and Swamp Track
Forest and Bird, North Canterbury are running a field trip by bus down the Heathcote River on 28 October.
Wigram Shopping Centre
Leave Hamilton at 8.00, drive via Karangahake Gorge; turn right shortly before Waikino, drive to Waitawheta Camp (former school) and turn right again, park at end of Franklin Road at 9.30.
Ours not mine: making no new mines on public conservation land a reality!
Tahunanui School Hall, 69 Muritai St, Tahunanui, Nelson
Gerry Kessels will speak about Zambia, a country of incredible biodiversity and huge conservation challenges. Come and hear how these challenges are met in a country so very different from ours. A talk not to be missed.
Chartwell Room, Hamilton Gardens
Come and see the real Avondale spider! Arachnologist (spider specialist) Grace Hall will bring some living spiders along for her talk on our native eight legged friends.
126 Awaroa Road, Sunnyvale, Auckland 0612
Camp at the Farewell Spit lighthouse. We leave on the bus from Puponga at the beginning of the Spit at 9 am on Friday and return on Sunday. Book with Julie at firstname.lastname@example.org
Farewell Spit Lighthouse
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