Events

Forest & Bird is involved in many national and international events which help raise awareness of conservation issues.

Our annual Bird of the Year poll, activities around Conservation Week and World Wetlands Day are just a few of the events we take part in. See our events (below) for more details, or check out what’s on in your area for local events.
 

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Bushy Point Trig Walk (with OLG and Tramping Club)

Wed, 20 Dec 2017

– Bushy Point Trig Walk (with OLG and Tramping Club) – 7.30pm. Leader Barry Smith bjsrdms@gmail.com Meet at 173 Grant Road, Otatara....

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World Wetlands Day – Waituna Explored

Sat, 3 Feb 2018

– World Wetlands Day – Waituna Explored. Meet on the west side of Waghorn Road at 10am for an explore ON the water (weather permitting),...

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South Auckland Branch Open Public Meeting

Mon, 12 Feb 2018

Every month we hold open branch meetings on conservation and natural heritage with a guest speaker.  Our guest speaker for our February meeting...

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Nelson-Tasman: Evening Talk about Muck Diving

Wed, 14 Feb 2018

In tropical waters it is coral reefs that generally attract much of the attention of the underwater photographer - however in recent years there has...

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Bush walk and tea meeting at Netherby

Sun, 18 Feb 2018

Bush walk and tea meeting at Netherby, property of Sydney and Charlotte Woods, Geraldine Downs. More details and directions will be advised in the...

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Olive Davis Reserve

Sat, 24 Feb 2018

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South Auckland Branch Open Public Meeting

Mon, 12 Mar 2018

Every month we hold open branch meetings on conservation and natural heritage with a guest speaker.  Our guest speaker for our March meeting is...

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Bat Hunting at Forest Hill

Sat, 17 Mar 2018

– Bat Hunting at Forest Hill - KCC Picnic tea and night bat hunt. Meet at Forest Hill at 6pm – bring a picnic. Leaders Ali Meade ali....

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Native plant sale

Sat, 5 May 2018

The native plant sale is on the first Saturday in May, 8.00am to 12.00 noon in Hamilton. Some plants are grown by volunteers, with the majority...

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