Everyone loves the pohutukawa with its crimson canopy of flowers. But fewer people know its cousins, the rata trees and vines. White
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This video shows the capture, translocation and subsequent release into Aongatete Forest of weka, in 2015. Thanks to Barry and Pam Pethybridge
These are the enemy of native biodiversity. This film was compiled in 2014 (no sound). We use game cameras to understand the
The Kohanga was opened on March 7, 2015. https://youtu.be/rBSX4Qaq3_c https://youtu.be/RAM280qomLI
If you go into the forest at night and shine a torch around the tree trunks, you will see tiny pinpricks of
The overnight event at Aongatete Lodge was billed as ‘Breakfast with the Birds’. It could equally have been described as ‘Spying on
Our Junior Ambassador, Danielle, was introduced to Aongatete through the Matahui School programme. She loves birds and wanted to help save them.
Spring is here. The shining cuckoos are calling in the forest. They have spent the winter in the Solomon Islands and flown
The Nature Trail has interpretive signage to explain the local environment. Forest Layers Relationships with Nature Geology of the Kaimai Ranges Conservation
The dawn chorus of our native birds is world class, and locals will have a chance to hear it next month at