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St Peter’s Garden Room, Ghuznee Street, Wellington
New Zealand

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AGM - Branch
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A look under the waves of Wellington – exploring the successes and challenges of marine conservation

Dr Nicole Miller is Chair of the Friends of Taputeranga Marine Reserve Charitable Trust and the President of the Wellington Underwater Club. Nicole designs and leads marine citizen science projects and uses a range of visual and immersive techniques to connect people to the marine environment.

Nicole will take us on a visual journey through Taputeranga Marine Reserve and Wellington Harbour. You will hear about the history of the marine reserve, marine conservation successes and the current pressures on Wellington’s marine environment.

There will be an opportunity to experience a dive into Taputeranga Marine Reserve by taking a virtual tour of the reserve. Find out more at and

Please note that this talk/ Q&A will be 7pm - 8.30pm, preceded by the Forest & Bird Wellington Branch AGM 6pm - 6.30pm and tea/ coffee/ socialising 6.30pm - 7pm.

Doors open 5.30pm. Masks optional.

Please register below on Eventbrite.

We look forward to seeing you there!



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    Wellington Branch Secretary

    The contact details above are for the Wellington Branch which is run by volunteers and not regularly monitored.

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