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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
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.
Join us on a peaceful protest to help save our urban trees.
Beautiful native trees such as the pohutukawa on Tiri Road have been cut down because they are no longer protected by law.
Corner Tiri Road and Kitchener Road, Takapuna
Leave Hamilton around 8.30am. Meet at the Caltex Service station at Turikino on the Tauranga side of the Kaimai Ranges, before the toll road around 9:30. Today’s walk has two options:
A visit to Hawke's Bay's arboreteum beside Lake Tutira.
A weekend gathering for Forest & Bird North Island branches and all members keen to network, learn and talk conservation, as well as enjoy some interesting field trips. The weekend will be based at the Aongatete Outdoor Education Lodge in the Kaima
Aongatete Outdoor Education Centre, Katikati, Tauranga
Using birds to examine assumptions about the evolution of song, aggression and bright colours. Buried in our understanding of evolution and animal behaviour are many entrenched assumptions. Most of these assumptions never been explicitly tested.
Kelston Community Centre, 135 Awaroa Rd, Auckland, corner of Great North Road and Awaroa Road
Outing to CUE Haven, a former dairy farm bought by Thomas and Mahrukh Stazyk who put their property into this community trust. It is being restored to a native forest by the community to use for education and enjoyment.
Cue Haven Project and Forest Bridge Project
Come and find out about the Department of Conservation's activities during 2018. Celebrating 30 years of change in DOC’s work with communities. All welcome.
Chartwell Room, Hamilton Gardens
Be at the Waihi Beach north end carpark 10.00 am and we will aim to be back by 3pm. To get there: Just continue on Beach road until it ends at the sea. The Waihi Beach surf life saving building is in the same carpark.
Waihi Beach carpark
ECO conferences are always enjoyable and stimulating, full with good company and speakers who are leaders in their field. You will go home full with ideas, energy and action-points: and good healthy food too. Registrations costs are reasonable, and t
Pukemokimoki Marae, 191 Riverbend Road, Onekawa, Napier
This walk takes us from the Fernhill Bridge down the stop bank to the Waitangi Regional Park.
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