Forest and Kiwi Conservation - Kauri Coast, New Zealand

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Join our unique volunteer program that combines conservation work with sightseeing of the spectacular Kauri Coast, New Zealand. Explore a forest that has not been walked into for more than a generation and contribute to the protection of the native forest and kiwi birds.

Nestled on the slopes of Mount Tutamoe, the sanctuary encompasses 100 hectares of regenerating native forest. Views of the ocean, an unexplored forest, and the song of native birds are just the first in the many experiences to be had.

Pupu Rangi is home to many of the native species of trees and birds that require active protection from introduced predators. Here are some of the current projects:

- Forest Discovery and Species Classification
- Mapping and Clearing of Walking Tracks
- Fencing of the Forest to Prevent the Entrance of the Grazing Cattle
- Predator Control

We welcome volunteers between November and April.

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