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Cat Davis and Damian Young from Morphum Environmental will discuss marine reserves in the context of the Big Blue Waitākere Report.
Kelston Community Centre, cnr Awaroa/Great North Rd, 135 Awaroa Road
Surveying the banded rail at Paremata Flats. Meet at the main entrance off Maori Pa Road at 7.30 am. Wear gumboots. Contact Ian email@example.com
Paremata Flats, Maori Pa Road, Delaware Bay
A walk into the Ruahines along Apiti Track. A traditional ice cream to follow at Norsewood.
This year's South Island gathering will be hosted by the North Canterbury Branch over the weekend of 2-3 November. The venue will be the Christchurch Bridge Club on Barbadoes St, Christchurch.
Christchurch Bridge Club, 21 Nova Place, Christchurch Central City
Once again we will be using our beautiful Ruapehu Lodge as the venue for this year’s gathering, and hoping to inspire branch members with a great programme involving young and not
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.
'Good News, for a change'* Nature is in crisis, and everyone is, no doubt, aware that Forest & Bird often has to blow the whistle on commercial activities that are making things worse and fight hard to defend nature.
Tahunanui School Hall, 69 Muritai St, Tahunanui, Nelson
Join Forest & Bird's Dunedin Branch for a public talk about the thermal ecology of endangered Otago skinks and how citizen science can help scientists understand their behaviours.
Room 215, 2nd floor Zoology Benham Building, 346 Great King St, Dunedin New Zealand
For our last Third Thursday Talk of 2019, we’ve invited the renowned biologist David Havell. David currently works at in the Northern Threats Unit, Biodiversity Group, New Zealand Department of Conservation.
135 Awaroa Road, Kelston, Auckland (Corner of Awaroa and Great North Road)
A walk through a high station with magnificent views across Hawke's Bay. A must this year.
Father Christmas has promised to meet us at the end of the day.
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