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Te Kuha mine site
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Te Kuha mine site. Credit: Neil Silverwood

Te Kuha Appeal

We're off to court in August 2022 to defend Te Kuha and the wildlife that calls this pristine mountaintop home. This could be our last chance to save Te Kuha from the greed of short-sighted mining companies. Will you help?
Join your kids up to the Kiwi Conservation Club

Join KCC

Forest & Bird’s Kiwi Conservation Club | Hakuturi Toa (KCC) will get your kids off their screens and into nature. Join them up to KCC now and connect your kids with New Zealand's fantastic wildlife and wild places.

Dabchicks at Maungarei Springs Wetland
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Credit - Josh Jones

Let's Double our Wetlands

Wetlands are climate heroes – they can store large amounts of carbon and increase climate resilience to floods. Yet this Government is planning to erase wetland protections to allow for more mining, quarrying, and water storage. Join us in calling for an end to wetland destruction and a plan for doubling our wetlands.
A hiker walking along a stream on Stewardship land

Protect Stewardship Land

They’re our mountains, rivers, wetlands & forests – and right now, the Department of Conservation is deciding if they will be protected or disposed of? Tell the Govt we want our stewardship land protected for future generations – make a quick submission now!

Forest & Bird is Aotearoa/New Zealand's leading independent conservation organisation.

We are nature's voice and work to defend nature – across our Land, Fresh water, Oceans and Climate & Economy. But we can't do it without your support.

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Forest & Bird is Aotearoa/New Zealand's leading independent conservation organisation.

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Supporting Forest & Bird is one of the best things you can do for New Zealand's environment. We need people like you to support us, so that nature will always have a voice.