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Forest & Bird Autumn 2018

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How can we work together to restore nature rather than carry on destroying it?

Whanganui welcomes Hihi

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One of New Zealand’s rarest birds is settling in to a new home, thanks to a translocation project at Forest & Bird’s Bushy Park sanctuary near Wanganui.

Forest & Bird Annual Report 2016

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Five years ago the Board developed the first strategic plan for Forest & Bird. Last year the Board updated the strategic plan. In both plans we have had the goal of growing and strengthening our finances, membership and organisation.

Forest & Bird Annual Report 2017

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With your support, Forest & Bird works on behalf of New Zealanders who believe economic development must be sustainable and that we must act now to limit human-induced climate change.

Matiu/Somes Island Lodge, Wellington

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Set within Wellington's harbour, Matiu/Somes Island has historically served a variety of purposes from holding enemy aliens' during both World Wars to acting as an animal quarantine station.

Sea Lions

Sea lions once lived around the entire coastline of New Zealand, but hunting nearly killed them all. Now, they mostly breed on the remote Subantarctic Auckland Islands.

Nature needs your support

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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