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Walking Tracks: A walking track has been recently opened and marked out in this reserve, following a successful 20-year planting program carried out by the Waikato Branch.
Project Kererū is a voluntary community-based conservation project that is changing the fate of sick and injured kererū in Dunedin and surrounding areas.
The North-West Wildlink is creating safe, connected and healthy habitats for native wildlife across Auckland.
This volunteer group manages 500 hectares of native forest in the Kaimai Mamaku Conservation Park, between Tauranga and Katikati.
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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.
The Dunedin Wildling Pine Removal group focuses on manageable wilding control tasks around Dunedin, with occasional trips further afield.
Found just 30 minutes from Central Auckland, the Waitākere Ranges are home to some of our most treasured species.
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 locally sourced seed.
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