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From Archey’s frogs to Asian elephants – a compendium of WildWork at Auckland Zoo by Richard Gibson – Head of Life Sciences at Auckland Zoo
Kelston Community Centre, 135 Awaroa Road, Sunnyvale, Auckland. Corner of Great North Road and Awaroa Road
Forest & Bird's Dunedin Branch is hosting a working bee at Moore's Bush Reserve in the beautiful Leith Valley.
Meet at Willowbank Dairy (corner of George Street and Duke Street).
Proposed marine protection off the coast of Southland and Otago would be a major win for our local marine ecosystems.
Room 215, 2nd floor Zoology Benham Building, 346 Great King St, Dunedin
Join Forest & Bird Dunedin for a working bee at the fairy prion fence near St Clair where we will clear tracks, plant flax to improve habitat, and enjoy stunning views of the Southern Ocean.
Meet at the Botany Department carpark, on the corner of Great King and Union Streets.
Join Forest & Bird Dunedin for a winter walk to Sutton Salt Lake near Middlemarch.
Meet at the Botany Department car park, Corner of Great King and Union St West
Join Forest & Bird Dunedin for a public talk about the New Zealand Bird Atlas.
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.
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 presentation from accomplished wildlife photographer Nick Beckwith.
Roger Davies is Professor of Climate Physics at the University of Auckland.
Kelston Community Centre, 135 Awaroa Road, corner of Great North Road
Join Forest & Bird Dunedin for a field trip to explore post-fire regeneration at Flagstaff.
This will be an easy walk.
Meet at the Bull Ring carpark on Flagstaff-Whare Flat Road at 10am.
Meet at the Bull Ring carpark on Flagstaff-Whare Flat Road
Join Forest & Bird Dunedin for a field trip to look at post-fire regeneration at Black Rocks Scientific Reserve.
Meet at the Botany Department carpark, on the corner of Great King and Union Streets
Join Forest & Bird Dunedin for a presentation from Francesca Cunninghame about some of our local restoration projects.
Supporting Forest & Bird is one of the best things you can do for New Zealand's environment. We need people like you to support us, so that nature will always have a voice.
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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 Society, 205 Victoria St, Wellington.
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