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Due to risks associated with kauri dieback, this reserve is currently closed to the public
There are no tracks in the reserve.
An exciting new ecological restoration being undertaken by Nelson Tasman Forest and Bird.
The North-West Wildlink is creating safe, connected and healthy habitats for native wildlife across Auckland.
Paremata Flat Reserve is a publicly-owned area, under the jurisdiction of Nelson City Council, that encompasses tidal, river and land biodiversity systems.
Conway's Bush is one of the few remaining areas of lowland forest in South Canterbury.
The Branch operates a native shrub and tree nursery in Hastings. Volunteers meet at the Nursery most Tuesday mornings caring for plants propagated from seed sourced by the volunteers.
Walking tracks: There are no tracks in the reserve.
Getting there: The reserve is situated at 188 Ranfurly Road Extension, on the northern side of the road 5km east of Manurewa, South Auckland.
The Central Otago branch of Forest and Bird is active in numerous projects related to the conservation of native flora and fauna, and the preservation of valuable natural landscape features.
Found just 30 minutes from Central Auckland, the Waitākere Ranges are home to some of our most treasured species.
The Tuff Crater Restoration Project is restoring the area surrounding an extinct volcano in Northcote, Auckland.
Bushy Park Tarapuruhi is a lowland rainforest surrounded by a predator-proof fence.
It is home to a range of native species, including hihi, kōkako, kererū, robin, and tīeke (saddleback).
Our vision with the Pukahu Project is to have the Karamu stream in a fit state to support aquatic and terrestrial life thus enabling birds to travel across our region from the Kaweka Ranges to the coast.
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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