Aerial restoration antics at Aongatete

Spring 2020 saw us carry out an innovative restoration of indigenous biodiversity in our forest. Several years in the planning, this involved

Aerial restoration antics at Aongatete2021-01-07T04:24:03+00:00

Readying nesting boxes for rifleman

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

Readying nesting boxes for rifleman2020-09-17T22:10:43+00:00

Toi Ohomai do the mahi

Our first Volunteer Saturday after lockdown was a biggie. We had a tremendous turnout to help combat the influx of Rattus rattus

Toi Ohomai do the mahi2020-06-17T05:00:40+00:00

Neighbour Newsletter Summer 2020

This newsletter is for forest neighbours in Work Road and Wright Road. Website Revamp Nothing stands still in the forest, nor does

Neighbour Newsletter Summer 20202020-02-17T03:41:23+00:00

Up the Kaimai – literally

This was a fantastic walk and amazing opportunity to experience a seldom seen part of the Kaimai range. Three of us –

Up the Kaimai – literally2019-12-19T01:44:35+00:00

A video about the project

We were recently given the chance, thank to the amazing Anna Dawson and the clever team at Bay of Plenty Regional Council,

A video about the project2019-12-07T22:31:00+00:00

Tiny boxes bring big excitement

If there was a Kiwibuild programme for our native bird species, the rifleman that live in Aongatete forest have scooped the ballot!

Tiny boxes bring big excitement2019-11-11T01:11:26+00:00

Danielle, Junior Ambassador

Our Junior Ambassador, Danielle, was introduced to Aongatete through the Matahui School programme. She loves birds and wanted to help save them.

Danielle, Junior Ambassador2019-11-20T00:49:56+00:00
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