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We are being very successful with our predator control work to protect our native wildlife from being eaten by rats, stoats and
Spring 2020 saw us carry out an innovative restoration of indigenous biodiversity in our forest. Several years in the planning, this involved
In the lead up to the titipounamu/rifleman nesting season, it’s not uncommon to find Barry Pethybridge in the forest sitting in a camping
Our first Volunteer Saturday after lockdown was a biggie. We had a tremendous turnout to help combat the influx of Rattus rattus
New Zealand has two species of bats: the long-tailed bat (Chalinolobus tuberculatus) and the lesser short-tailed bat (Mystacina tuberculata). A third species,
This newsletter is for forest neighbours in Work Road and Wright Road. Website Revamp Nothing stands still in the forest, nor does
This was a fantastic walk and amazing opportunity to experience a seldom seen part of the Kaimai range. Three of us –
We were recently given the chance, thank to the amazing Anna Dawson and the clever team at Bay of Plenty Regional Council,