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Walking tracks: There are three tracks in this 9 hectare reserve,offering various walking times: 10mins, 30mins, and 1hr.
Project Kererū is a voluntary community-based conservation project that is changing the fate of sick and injured kererū in Dunedin and surrounding areas.
Forest & Bird is helping native wildlife flourish in the Auckland region through the South-East Wildlink.
Arethusa Reserve is an example of a rare dune lake ecosystem. The dry and sandy perimeter of this area has formed the sides of a shallow basin that collects rain to create a shallow lake and wetlands.
The Hauraki Gulf branch collaborated with Waiheke SPCA to compile a responsible pet ownership brochure specifically for island residents.
Moore's Bush is nestled in the beautiful Leith Valley, just a 10-minute drive from Dunedin City.
Cohen Ecological Restoration final native planting is about to commence.
Pelorus Bridge Scenic Reserve, or Te Hoiere, is home to one of the last remaining populations of long tailed bats in Marlborough.
This volunteer group manages 500 hectares of native forest in the Kaimai Mamaku Conservation Park, between Tauranga and Katikati.
There is one circuit track on the reserve that takes approximately one hour to walk. From this track you can access the old fence track and the brow track.
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