Volunteer-led pest control has been underway in Aongatete Forest since 2007. Anecdotal evidence indicates that this work has had a noticeable impact
Feast your eyes on this magnificent round-up of Bay Conservation Alliance’s member organisations. It’s heartening to see the ongoing commitment and passion
We were recently given the chance, thank to the amazing Anna Dawson and the clever team at Bay of Plenty Regional Council,
Bay Conservation Alliance launched on Friday 21st September 2018 as part of National Conservation Week and with the support of Conservation Minister
Greetings, neighbors of Aongatete Forest. This is the first of more regular newsletters from us, to keep you informed about our activities.
Some partnerships just seem right – cheese and crackers, McCaw and Carter, bats and wood roses. These last two get along perfectly
The dawn chorus of our native birds is world class, and locals will have a chance to hear it next month at
The thought of running into a real weta is an added thrill for 11-year-old Chloe Boyt of Matua as she tries