Haere mai ki Te Reo o te Taiao – Welcome to Forest & Bird. MyF&BMembership
Sign this petition
Become a member of Forest & Bird and receive our popular quarterly magazine, full of articles, images and photographs of New Zealand’s unique wildlife and wild places.
Browse our library for resources to help you bring positive change to New Zealand's Land, Fresh water, Oceans and Climate.
Feathers and Foliage – an exhibition celebrating 100 years of Forest and Bird – is being held from Tuesday 25 July to Saturday 29 July, at the Thistle Hall, 293 Cuba Street.
Forest & Bird presented this poster at the NZ Rivers Group 2022 conference in Lower Hutt.
Is it feasible to stop using coal in Aotearoa? Don’t we need coking coal to make steel? Our climate team answers your burning questions.
How much coal do we use in New Zealand?
What is stewardship land?
Mana whenua around the country are thinking about different ways of restoring the mauri of the whenua they are responsible for. We hear and know that people are wanting to help Te Taiao but currently there are barriers.
What is the National Policy Statement on Indigenous Biodiversity?
This information sheet will help branch members and other Forest & Bird supporters attend local public meetings to defend strong freshwater rules. Our goal is to speak up for a healthy environment and balance industry voices.
In a ‘mast’ year, trees experience extremely heavy flowering, fruiting and seeding. Historically this would trigger an abundance of food for native wildlife to make up for lean years. But now mast events boost rodent numbers, and in turn stoat numbers.
You can perform ‘first aid’ care for the bird by placing it in a covered cardboard box lined with paper towels. Leaving it somewhere warm and quiet.
Native plants and shrubs are the best way to attract native birds to your garden.
They can provide shelter, food, and nesting places in your backyard. Any garden can be made more attractive to wildlife, even if it is only small.
Cats are the most common companion animals in New Zealand. However, cats are also highly efficient predators and are known to kill all kinds of native wildlife, including birds, lizards and insects.
Little penguins (kororā) live around all of New Zealand’s coastal areas (except the Sub-Antarctic islands and the Kermadec Islands) and in South Australia and Tasmania.
New Zealand’s unique native species are in crisis. Despite small local gains, the overall situation is getting worse.
These posters will teach children that New Zealand's native species are worth fighting for and that pests deserve to be killed with kindness.
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.
Back to top
Forest & Bird is a registered charitable entity in terms of the Charities Act 2005. Registration No. CC26943.
Authorised by Forest & Bird, 205 Victoria Street, Wellington 6011
Made by Sparks