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Where else can I find Kereru or related information?

If you are looking for more information on Kereru or just related conservation resources, try these sites listed below:

The Kaipatiki Project

The Kaipatiki Project works with North Shore City Council to ecologically restore the Witheford Scenic Reserve, creek and forest margins by eradicating plant and animal pests and encouraging natural regeneration via eco sourcing seeds, plant propagation, native planting, riparian planting, water quality monitoring.

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WWF (World Wildlife Fund)

WWF (World Wildlife Fund) - WWF New Zealand was established in 1975 as a Charitable Trust. They are part of the global conservation network working to conserve biological diversity, ensure sustainable use of renewable resources and reduce pollution. WWF provided funding to The Kereru Awhina Project at its inception in 2003.

Forest and Bird New Zealand

The Royal Forest and Bird Protection Society of New Zealand is New Zealand ’s largest national conservation organisation. The Society's mission is to preserve and protect the native plants and animals and natural features of New Zealand


The Department of Conservation (DOC)

The Department of Conservation (DOC) is the government department charged with conserving New Zealand ’s natural and historic heritage for all to enjoy now and in the future.



NZERN is a non-profit, community-driven organisation dedicated to sharing knowledge and experiences about native habitat protection, management and ecological restoration in our special land - Aotearoa-New Zealand.


The Kiwi Conservation Club

The Kiwi Conservation Club offers children the gift of nature, encouraging them to enjoy, understand and love the natural world.



Developed by the New Zealand Ecological Society (NZES) to encourage teachers to make greater use of ecological studies in their teaching, to encourage students to learn about New Zealand's unique ecology and to engage them in interactive games and activities that teach them knowledge, attitudes and values about ecology.


Bird Rescue Centres /

Contact details for all Bird Rescue Centres nationwide. The site is also a very good information resource on New Zealand's native birds.

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Conservation Volunteers:


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