North Island kōkako

Introduction

Mapara Wildlife Reserve (1400 ha) has been the focus of an intensive and successful kokako recovery project. You can hear and sometimes see kokako from a moderately graded tramping track.

Find things to do and places to stay Mapara Wildlife Management Reserve

A range of native birds may be seen, including New Zealand falcon/karearea, Australasian Harriers, grey warbler/riorio, shining and longtail cuckoo.

Kokako can be heard and sometimes seen from the moderately graded Mapara tramping track. You are most likely to hear kokako call in the early morning or late evening.

Longtail bats may be seen at dusk and dawn along the track.

Contacts

Te Kuiti Office
Phone:   +64 7 878 1050
Fax:   +64 4 471 1117
Email:   tekuiti@doc.govt.nz
Address:   78 Taupiri Street
Te Kuiti 3910
Postal Address:   PO Box 38
Te Kuiti 3941
Pureora Base
Phone:   +64 7 878 1080
Fax:   +64 4 471 1117
Email:   pureora@doc.govt.nz
Address:   House 5
Village Road
RD7
Pureora
Postal Address:   Pureora Forest Park
RD 7
Te Kuiti 3987
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