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Tapora, Feb 25th and 7 other dates
CVNZ is excited to announce a 10 year commitment to Atiu Creek Regional Park, a spectacular site overlooking the northern Kaipara Harbour. In collaboration with Auckland Council we’ll be managing the restoration of key areas within the park, and welcome volunteers to join us, experience nature at its best and share in this exciting new venture.
Surrounded by beautiful native forest, wetlands, streams and heritage sites, Atiu Creek presents opportunities for volunteers to get involved in conservation tasks including planting, weeding and mulching around native trees, removing invasive pest plants, fence removal and repairs, seed collection, plant propagation and creating walking tracks. The team will be staying in a cottage located on the Park.
For more information and to register please call 0800 56 76 86 within New Zealand or +64 9 623 7287 internationally or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Brookby, February 26th
The Brookby Wildlife habitat project on the Auld farm has a mass revegetation project underway and to date the site has been planted out by many schools and various community groups.
The aim of the project is to regenerate native bush in the valleys and steep hillsides linking together some remnant bush lands.
The habitat restoration work will increase biodiversity values of the region as well as providing a good food source for the abundant birdlife found in the region such as tuis and wood pigeons and will protect the headwaters of the Papakura and Wairoa Streams.
Across the farm of 400 acres over 70 acres are under bush land.
This week the team will do a variety of tasks including cutting and pasting weed trees and planting.
Bookings are essential. Please call 0800 56 76 86 or email info @cvnz.org.nz for more information.
Melrose, Mar 4th and 1 other date
Stay in the heart of the city while experiences a variety of conservation activities and locations. The historic Truby King House, perched at the top of a hill overlooking a surf beach and distant mountains, is your home in Wellington. Within walking distance of the southern coastline and local shops, it’s an easy bus ride to Wellington central. Our live-in caretaker will make sure you feel right at home.
New Zealand- South Island, Mar 4th and 2 other dates
Join Conservation Volunteers on an adventure along the beautiful west coast of New Zealand’s South Island. This project focuses on habitat restoration of coastal land adjacent to Paparoa National Park. Volunteers will help out with a variety of tasks in a stunning location - including tree planting, seed collection and removal of weeds. Punakaiki is home to the world famous Pancake Rocks, and provides a wonderful opportunity to explore this unique coastal landscape.
Clevedon, Mar 11th and 3 other dates
This week Conservation Volunteers will visit Waitawa Regional Park, one of Auckland's Southern Parks where we will be carrying out a range of vital conservation activities.
Each of the Southern Parks of Auckland are varied and unique. Waitawa Regional Park is one of Auckland Councils most recent acquisitions and is being transformed into a recreational park with large areas of land being returned to native bush. Waitawa is located on the shores of the Hauraki Gulf and enjoys views out to Waiheke Island and beyond to Coromandel.
Activities we are likely to be helping out with here are planting, weed control, track construction and maintenance, beach clean ups, tidying amenity gardens and mulching.
For more information on this project please call Conservation Volunteers on 0800 56 76 86 or email email@example.com
West Coast South Island, Mar 25th and 9 other dates
Located on the rugged and wild West Coast of New Zealand’s South Island, Punakaiki is the gateway to the dramatic limestone country of the Paparoa National Park and the famous Pancake Rocks and blow holes. Volunteers willcontribute tothe Punakaiki Coastal Restoration Project which aims to restore native forest habitat for the vulnerable seabird, the Westland Petrel. The Westland Petrel is one of New Zealand’s unique bird species with its only breeding location confined to a 5km area in the foothills of the Paparoa Range. Westland petrelsreturn to their colonies to breed from Aprilto October and can be viewed at dusk and dawn from the project site.This volunteer and travel program enables you to explore some of the most incredible scenery on offer in New Zealand, taking you along the Arthur’s Pass alpine highway and the Coastal Road of the West Coast. You’ll experiencetwo of the best short hikes inside National Parks in the country,visit a furseal colony,explore the famous limestone formations of the Pancake Rocks and blow holes, and best of all, help to create and protect habitat for a vulnerable and incredible seabird species.
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