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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.
Adrian Riegen - wader bird expert
Kelston Community Centre, corner of Awaroa Road and Great North Road, Auckland
This month Rob and Sally Peter will talk about Marlborough's East Coast, this is a wonderful wild area with lots of birds and other wildlife. Rob and Sally will talk about why this area is special.
Blenheim School Hall, Seymour Street, Blenheim
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.
Registration is now OPEN for the 2021 Forest & Bird Conference and AGM
Raroa DoC Reserve, 57 Stanmore Bay Road, Whangaparaoa. Weed management training day, identifying weeds and learning how to deal with them. All materials supplied, bring own gloves and a drink.
57 Stanmore Bay Road, Whangaparaoa.
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.
Room 215, 2nd floor Zoology Benham Building, 346 Great King St, Dunedin
Evans Pass Road, Sumner, Christchurch
Join us for a morning tree planting at Karaka Cove Matherson Road, Red Beach 9.30 am. Red Beach 9.30 am. Wear clean sturdy footwear bring gloves. Park at bottom of Matheson Road walk up through the bush and take the right hand fork in the path.
Matheson Road Whangaparaoa
Join us for a morning planting along side the stream draining Lakeside Reserve. This is the first stage to improve the water quality flowing into Orewa Estuary. Park on Lakeside Drive or in Judd Place reserve car park area.
Lakeside Drive Orewa
Join us for a morning tree planting at Karaka Cove Matherson Road, Red Beach 9.30 am. Wear clean sturdy footwear bring gloves. Park at bottom of Matheson Road walk up through the bush and take the right hand fork in the path.
Meet and register at 9.30am at the parking area at the end of Coutts Island Road (just past 589 Coutts Island rR) - see map. There is about a 30 minute walk to the planting area.
Coutts Island Road
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