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Auckland Central Branch Area
Thursday February 21st, 7.30 pm
Ruby Moore, freshwater ecologist and collections Manager Natural Sciences at the Auckland Museum - The importance of fresh water streams in Auckland
Kelston Community Centre, corner of Great North Road and Awaroa Road, Kelston
Walk Yeoman'sTrack. Beautiful Cabbage Trees, Forest with a river crossing at start.
For Sea Week 2019 the award winning film presented by F&B Youth Group Wellington and Plastic Oceans Foundation.
Memorial Theatre, Kelburn Campus, Victoria University, Wellington
Forest and Bird and Sumner Environment group are working with the Christchurch City Council to restore native bush to this CCC reserve behind Sumner. All working bees are at the lower Mahoe-nui site.
Before Karen started her role with Forest & Bird, she worked at, among other places, the Ministry of Fisheries. She will share her knowledge of (the absence of) fish management practices influence our seabirds: from albatrosses to penguins.
Kelston Community Centre, corner of Great North Road and Awaroa Road, Kelston New Zealand
Walk along "Rough Block" at Cape Kidnappers in the Sanctuary.See bird life and great views along coast. Gannets.
Discover the wonderful secret native garden at Garden Road, on a tour led by our expert Chris Bindon. It is the backyard of Tai Haruru, the lodge owned Forest & Bird for members to book.
92 Garden Road, Piha, West Auckland
Discover night life in the area around Ark in the Park, our largest conservation project, this time in the bufferzone at Matuku Link: possibly pateke, glow worms and giant moths and maybe even bats!
111 Bethells Road, Te Henga/Bethells, West Auckland
Annual General Meeting with updates on all of our projects by their project leaders: Ark in the Park, Matuku Reserve, Habitat te Henga, Colin Kerr Taylor, Harborview/Motu Manawa and neighbouring projects we are involved in.
the Kelston Community Centre, cnr Awaroa/Great North Rd, West Auckland
Walk through Gallen's Bush to waterfall. Gigantic Totara Tree.
Quentin Paynter is an entomologist with over 20-years of experience in weed biocontrol.
Kelston Community Centre, cnr Awaroa/Great North Rd, West Auckland
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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