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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.
Join us for a walk and talk with Bill Simpson of the Avon Heathcote Estuary Ihutai Trust and Southshore resident.
South Brighton Jetty (accessed via Beatty Street), South Brighton
Mary Thompson and Bruce McKinlay from Birds NZ will introduce the project, talk about the findings so far, and explain how you can be involved.
Room 215, 2nd floor Zoology Benham Building, 346 Great King St, Dunedin
Cara-Lisa Schloots, a PhD student in the Department of Botany, will talk about high alpine wetlands in Central Otago.
Catherine Meyer – University of Auckland – The life of Pilot Whales in New Zealand.
: Kelston Community Centre, 135 Awaroa Road, Sunnyvale, Auckland, corner Awaroa/Great North Rd.
We are helping the Port Hills rangers create a corridor of native bush up a valley behind Sumner (off Evans Pass Rd). On this working-bee, we'll be planting native trees.
Sue Maturin and Graeme Loh.
Indoor meetings are held on the third Tuesday of every month at 5:30pm. Please be on time as we have to hold the door open to let people in.
Evans Pass Road, Sumner, Christchurch
We are helping the Port Hills rangers create a corridor of native bush up a valley behind Sumner (off Evans Pass Rd). On this working-bee, we'll be trimming the long grass from around the native plants and using it to mulch them.
Evans Pass Road, Sumner, Christchurch.
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