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Visit the Event library to find past events. Visit Volunteer opportunities for events where you can volunteer.
Contribute to the urban biodiversity of Auckland in your own back (or front) yard
Do you have a spare area of your property that needs attention?
Auckland Central Branch Area
Forest & Bird's South Auckland are hosting this year's regional meeting. It's a get together to meet and discuss conservation projects and issues from around the region. All Forest & Bird members are welcome.
The Gardens Centre (Upstairs), 5 Mount Lebanon Cres, Manurewa
Walk through Gallen's Bush to waterfall. Gigantic Totara Tree.
Join Forest & Bird's Dunedin Branch for a pipeline walk to the weir on Deep Creek at Rocklands Station.
Meet at Botany Dept car park, corner of Great King Street and Union Street
Of crucial importance to New Zealand is how we need to change our current food system to adapt to and mitigate climate change, restore freshwater and biodiversity and remain competitive in a changing global food market.
Rutherford House, Bunny Street, Pipitea, RHLT 1Victoria University of Wellington
Southern Institute of Technology (SIT) Tay St, Room B1:11
Quentin Paynter is an entomologist with over 20-years of experience in weed biocontrol.
Kelston Community Centre, cnr Awaroa/Great North Rd, West Auckland
Please contact Noel, bookings needed for accommodation.
Tautuku Forest Cabins, Otago
A walk to the top of Mount Erin where the TV Transmitter is found. Excellent views.
The impact of urbanisation on native ecosystems in cities is often extreme. Any attempt at their conservation is hard and difficult. The patches of habitat that remain are often highly disturbed, weedy and small.
Visitor Center, Zealandia,
KCC Matariki Night Celebration and BYO Supper to share at Community Nursery Education Centre. From 6pm - park 183 Grant Road (ph Chris 2131161)
Community Nursery Education Centre, 183 Grant Road
Join Forest & Bird's Dunedin Branch for a field trip to Sutton Lake Salt Reserve near Middlemarch.
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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