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A big thanks to our Central Otago and Wanaka Lakes branch for developing these nesting box plans. They can be modified for other bird species, and are designed to be very difficult for rats and stoats to climb into.
Waiheke Island may be possum free but there are many other pests such as rats, stoats and feral cats that threaten our native flora and fauna.
New Zealand is home to over 200 native bird species, many of which are found nowhere else in the world.
When you're identifying a bird, it's important to take notes about how the bird looked, sounded, or behaved.
Create a wetland in your backyard, and you’ll quickly become popular with your feathered friends.
Recreational fishing is a major threat to our seabirds. They can get caught on hooks, nets and other fishing gear.
You can attract native birds to your garden by setting up a feeding station.
Many of our native birds eat nectar, fruit, and insects. You can help supplement their food by setting up a bird feeder in your garden.
Pest plants and weeds are one of the biggest threats to our native biodiversity along with pest animals and climate change.
Bring back native butterflies to your garden, and beyond, with this butterfly breeding guide.
You can attract native lizards to your garden by providing lots of places to hide, and plenty of food for geckos and skinks to eat.
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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