Rats and rare birds

Controlling rats is the key to creating a healthy forest. Rats eat almost everything. They eat the fruits and the seeds that

Rats and rare birds2019-11-11T23:13:18+00:00

The Lazarus Effect

Ann Graeme shares her personal stories of native New Zealand birds and insects that have returned after community pest control is carried

The Lazarus Effect2019-11-11T04:07:46+00:00

Neighbour Newsletter Summer 18

Greetings, neighbors of Aongatete Forest. This is the first of more regular newsletters from us, to keep you informed about our activities.

Neighbour Newsletter Summer 182019-11-11T04:17:52+00:00

October 2016 – the birds are back

Spring is here. The shining cuckoos are calling in the forest. They have spent the winter in the Solomon Islands and flown

October 2016 – the birds are back2016-10-15T22:28:24+00:00

March 2016 – Return of the rifleman

Rifleman ‘Bring back the birds’ is the slogan of the Aongatete Forest Project. In previous years the eggs and chicks

March 2016 – Return of the rifleman2016-03-17T17:42:27+00:00

November 2015 – A cuckoo in the nest

Grey warbler Now watch out, riroriro! Shining cuckoos are calling in the Aongatete forest. They have flown here from the Solomon

November 2015 – A cuckoo in the nest2015-11-15T14:24:00+00:00