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Freshwater wetlands

Whitireia Park Restoration Group

Whitireia Park Restoration Group is working to restore the naturally occurring flora and is planting species to assist native fauna such as native lizard, bird and fish species. We have a core of 15 people and a large support group who turn up for plantings.

We are actively trapping in the park with DOC 200s and in 2013 started rat control using bait stations.  The Park is possum and hare free but rabbits mustelids, cats, rats and mice are stll present.

Trentham Ecological Restoration Project

Our vision is “An aquatic pathway from the Trentham Hills to the Hutt River, alive with native fish and birdlife, and providing a living record of the vegetation sequence that once existed. A place that enhances people's living environment and where people learn how natural ecosystems function through working on a project in their backyard.”

 The objectives of this restoration project are:

 To protect and restore biodiversity and habitat values within the three sites identified;

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