Help To Save Queenstown's Kiwi Birdlife Park
We need your help to continue to provide the highest level of care and welfare for our wildlife during these tough times due to Covid-19.Otago
Here at the Kiwi Birdlife Park, conservation is our passion. Since we took on this land in 1984, we've transformed an old rubbish tip into a birdlife haven by planting over 15,000 native trees on our site.
We are now also involved in managed conservation programs for approximately 100 endangered native animals, including breed for release for some iconic native species such as South Island kākā, brown teal/pāteke, whio and North Island Brown kiwi. We are fully certified with providing positive animal welfare by the Zoo and Aquarium association (ZAA) as well as being fully permitted by DOC. We are also the largest wildlife rehabilitation center in the Wakatipu.
Please help us to continue our valuable work, by making a donation now.
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Donations will assist with all costs associated with caring for our wildlife including food costs, veterinary costs, lighting and heating.
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This page was created on 30 Apr 2020 and closes on 30 Apr 2021.