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Your chance to protect and restore the environment you love. Please donate today to save New Zealand’s wildlife and wild places.
Our wonderful wetlands need your help!
More than 90% of all of Aotearoa’s original wetlands have been drained, degraded or destroyed.
Without your help the ongoing destruction of Aotearoa’s wetlands will continue, unabated.
Your gift will highlight the important environmental campaigns of the past 100 years, the people who led them, and the wild places and species you love that they helped to save. Help every New Zealander see these often unsung conservation heroes, includ
Right now, 80% of native birds are faced with extinction. Every single day 72,000 birds, chicks and eggs are killed by rats, stoats, and possums. Your donation will be used to give native birds the protection they need to survive and thrive.
Introduced pests are currently hammering our native forests, shrublands and alpine tussocklands.
Your generous donation along with gifts from other supporters will form a matching grant fund. This will be used to challenge other donors to follow your generous lead and fund the fight to save Te Kuha and other important legal action to protect the w
2021 is a critical year for the New Zealand government to respond to the climate crisis. Support us in fighting the legal battle with Southland District Council against their decision to allow coal mining.
Help in the fight for our precious native birds and their environment.
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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Authorised by Kevin Hague, Royal Forest & Bird Protection Society, 205 Victoria St, Wellington.
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