Titahi Bay, Porirua, Wellington
- Departs from:
- Z Petrol Station, 174 Vivian Street. Alternatively meet the team at Whitireia Park (ask for directions to the exact meeting point)
- Departure time:
CVNZ is assisting the Whitireia Restoration Group in restoring the dunes of the park and creating a safe habitat for marine birds. The Te Onepoto Estuary is a feeding ground for many species of birds inluding royal spoonbill, oyster catchers, and occasionally the Nationally Vulnerable caspian tern.
On this day we will be removing invasive weed species such as karo, boneseed and gorse. All tools and training is provided. Free pick-ups available from Wellington City and Porirua or meet the team on site (ask for directions to the meeting point).
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