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Forest & Bird announces first woman President and 2024 awards

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Monthly Meeting: Trevor James, with Kate Hunt, Tasman freshwater projects

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Topic: Trevor James is Resource Scientist at the Tasman District Council. He and colleague Kate Hunt will talk about Tasman freshwater projects.

Giant March For Nature fills Queen Street to oppose Luxon’s fast track bill

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Over 20,000 people have turned out in Auckland today for the March for Nature to protest the Luxon Government’s fast-track bill and ‘war on nature’.

Government raids conservation budget to pay for war on nature

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The only major new ‘environmental’ spend in the Government’s 2024 budget is a $92 million commitment to attack the country’s environment, Forest & Bird says. 

Solar farm threatens MacKenzie basin

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Renewable energy developments need to be located in the right place and shouldn’t lead to further biodiversity loss. By Lynn Freeman

Where in the world?

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Old podocarp forest stands alongside rare native plant collections cared for by gardeners, conservation scientists, and community volunteers at Wellington’s Ōtari-Wilton’s Bush. By Kathy Ombler

Govt love letter to mining companies is latest attack on nature

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A new Government mining strategy will take New Zealand backwards on climate change and drive native plants and animals to extinction, says Forest & Bird.

Index of articles in Kāpiti-Mana newsletters

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Birds

  • Birds' nests (Pointers for identification of birds' nests) - Mar 2024
  • Bitterns in New Zealand (Australasian Bitte

March for Nature

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Forest & Bird invites you to join Chief Executive Nicola Toki and the team, as well as supporters from other environmental groups across Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland, to March for Nature down Queen Street on Saturday 8 June in a peaceful protest against

Te Araroa - The Long Path - by Jane Gilmour

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Fellow Forest & Bird member Jane Gilmour’s inspiring talk will be about her experiences walking the length of New Zealand, Te Araroa, the long path and she will show it is not just for German 20 year olds!

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