Controlling rats is the key to creating a healthy forest. Rats eat almost everything. They eat the fruits and the seeds that
New Phone Number The Project now has a permanent contact number. The number is forwarded to a “duty officer”, to deal with
Greetings, neighbors of Aongatete Forest. This is the first of more regular newsletters from us, to keep you informed about our activities.
Most of the flowers in the native forest are not showy. Many are small, white and – to our eyes – boring.
Can we rid New Zealand of possums, rats and stoats by 2050? Kevin Hackwell ‘Yes, we can,” says Forest &
On the 13th July 2017, Kevin Hague, the CEO of Forest and Bird, visited the Forest. We used the opportunity to invite
Extinction is like a full stop. It happens when the very last individual of a species dies. The Parliamentary Commissioner for the
Auckland green gecko You have to be lucky to see a native gecko in the forest. The little lizards are
These are the enemy of native biodiversity. This film was compiled in 2014 (no sound). We use game cameras to understand the
The nesting birds in the Aongatete forest are easy prey for stoats. But trapping stoats is difficult because they are smart animals,