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Waiaro Ecological Sanctuary

Waiaro Ecological Sanctuary promotes holistic conservation the Kaitiakitanga way and works closely with the natives. We specialize in trapping using state of the art techniques and traps as well as continually upskilling. We eradicate pigs,cats, opossums,stoats and rats. There is a healthy population of Kiwi, Pateke, fantail, geckos,weta etc and Whio ( blue duck) have been sighted here.

Upper Clutha Conservation Network

Welcome to the Upper Clutha Conservation Network. Following on from the Community Conservation Forum held in Wanaka in May 2014, this network is for groups, individuals and landowners undertaking conservation restoration work in the Upper Clutha region. From the feedback generated at this meeting we identified that there are opportunities for collaboration, information sharing and development at a more operational level to be explored. Objectives of the network:
• To identify ways the conservation groups can work together to exchange information and to create synergies

Howick Tramping Club

The Northern Pureora Kokako Recovery Project

The Northern Pureora is an area of high ecological value. The Mangatutu Valley contains a rare and pristine rimu/tawa forest inhabited by the nationally vulnerable North Island kokako as well as other threatened and vulnerable bird species e.g. kaka, kereru, karearea, long-tailed cuckoo and NI fernbird. We have healthy populations of the more common North Island robins, tomtit, bellbird, grey warbler, whitehead, fantail, shining cuckoo, tui and kereru.

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