Rock wren/tuke

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Introduction

Check out the latest news articles about Predator Free 2050.

Blog posts

  • Q&A: Ask our biodiversity ranger
    22 October 2018
    Meet one of our Senior Biodiversity Rangers Ali! She's worked with some of New Zealand's most unique species including whio, kiwi and short tailed bats. We asked on Instagram if you had any questions for Ali about her work and we were overwhelmed with the amount of questions we received!
  • Volunteers at the heart of protecting Devonport Peninsula
    19 June 2018
    Volunteers are at the heart of the community effort to protect native birds on the Devenport peninsula. National Volunteer Advisor Chris Charles tells us about the great work volunteers in the community are undertaking to keep native birds safe from predators.
  • Bird counting in the Landsborough valley
    27 May 2018
    For 20 years our ‘bird counters’ have been flying into the remote Landsborough valley in South Westland to monitor the effects of sustained predator control on bird life. This work has contributed to a long-term picture of the health of the bird community in Landsborough Valley that includes more than a dozen native species.
  • Why the survival of NZ’s wildlife is in our hands
    21 February 2018
    The idea that our threatened species can safely 'co-exist' with the onslaught of introduced predators is irresponsible and untrue, writes Threatened Species Ambassador Nicola Toki.
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