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An overview of all the volunteer opportunities Forest & Bird has on offer.
On the first Saturday of the month, except January, volunteers meet to wage war on weeds in Kakahu Bush.
Historic Lime Kiln, Hall Road, Kakahu
Thanks to our volunteers over the years, a few hundred native coastal wetland native plants have been put in Harbourview Fernbird Flats but they need some help from the invasive weeds.
19 Longbush Road, Te Atatu Peninsula
This is the Annual Tree Planting. The 4th year of the Branch planting at the Waitangi Reserve near the Celestial Compass. Only the morning for a time by the sea enjoying the reserve and views.
Waitangi Reserve Napier Foreshore
Our braided river project called 'The Sanctuary' is on the Waimakariri and is a partnership project with the Parks and Reserves team of Environment Canterbury and in particular with Greg Stanley an ECan ranger who has been doing wonderful work in the ar
End of Coutts Island Road Belfast
Historic Lime Kiln, Halls Road, Kakahu
Camp at the Farewell Spit lighthouse. We leave on the bus from Puponga at the beginning of the Spit at 9 am on Friday and return on Sunday. Book with Julie at firstname.lastname@example.org
Farewell Spit Lighthouse
Pearl Creek working bee. 9am start for weeding in the new planted area plus a sweep for blackberry. Meet at the end of Cotterell Rd. Bring gardening gloves, planting spade, weeding tools, water and sunblock.
end of Cotterell Road, Appleby
Please join us for Spring plant maintenance at the Lower Site, Mahoe-nui Bush.
Meet at the corner of Wakefield Ave and Colenso street(Sumner) at 9am to car pool up to the site.
Te Rere Penguin Count. To book contact Brian Rance.
Camp at St James Station, a former high country sheep and cattle station. The station was purchased by the government in 2008 as a means of protection from intensive farming and development as well as guaranteeing public access.
St James Station, Clarence Valley
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