Let’s Count Kereru while we put out our rat baits

The Great Kereru Count coincides with our Baiting Day on 30 Sept. You can all help to get an idea of how many kereru we have at Aongatete by keeping a tally of the number of bird you see and hear along you way. We will collate the total back at the kohanga. Spring is such a wonderful time to see our amazing native birds at Aongatete. If you would like to help control rats and count kereru visit our website www.aongateteforest.org/volunteer-page/  
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Website Status #1

Presently I am testing a "membership" system to allow multiple users onto the site, so they can upload photographs, documents, and so on, as well as create and edit posts and pages. After testing the new configuration I will organise a tutorial and workshop session for the future editors of the site, where we'll decide what the site needs to have before being "launched". Please add a comment if you're interested in becoming an editor. After the site has been launched I will have another...
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Danielle, Junior Ambassador

Our Junior Ambassador, Danielle, was introduced to Aongatete through the Matahui School programme. She loves birds and wanted to help save them. Danielle has run raffles to raise funds to purchase live traps. Very useful for catching feral cats in the bush. She presented $300 to BP at the recent "Breakfast with the Birds" function
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