Help us bring kokako back to Taranaki

  • $817.00 donated
  • 18 generous donors

Our aim is to bring back the critically endangered kokako to Taranaki, with the first translocation planned for August 2016.

Main image

Wildlife Endangered Conservation

Kokako are especially vulnerable to predation therefore pests must be controlled if kokako are to survive in the Parininihi Forest (North Taranaki).

In order to ensure the safety of the returning kokako, intensive animal pest control needs to be maintained to keep rats, stoats, possums and goats to very low numbers.

We are well on our way to making this happen, but we need to keep laying out traps and our current focus is strengthening our boundaries and improving our track network.

Background:

Kokako were once abundant in Taranaki, however in1999 the last kokako, ‘Tamanui’ was removed from the Moki Forest (North Taranaki), on the understanding that his offspring would be returned once the damaged eco-system was restored and a safe breeding site established.

Tiritiri Matangi (Hauraki Gulf) has provided a safe haven for breeding and Tamanui’s descendants have multiplied.

With dedicated effort the call of the kokako will be heard again in Taranaki.

Donations:

Any donation, regardless of the amount will help us towards achieving our goal of bringing kokako back to Taranaki, thank you for visiting our page!

Other ways to help:

A new children's book 'Tamanui, the brave kokako of Taranaki' has just been released, with all royalties being donated to Tiaki te Mauri o Parininihi Trust.

Books are on sale now at: ISite Museum Store Puke Ariki New Plymouth, Pohutakawa Books New Plymouth, Poppies New Plymouth, Paper Plus Stratford, Paper Plus Hawera. Books are available in English and Te Reo Maori.

Page created by:

Tiaki Te Mauri O Parininihi Trust was formed in 2012 to guide and support the work at Parininihi, and includes people from Ngati Tama and the wider community.

The trust aims to restore and protect the values of Parininihi, by undertaking a major long-term ecological management project that includes pest control, species recovery and translocations.

  • $817.00 donated
  • 18 generous donors

$817 donated

Open goal

  Closed

This cause page was created on 12 Nov 2015 and closed at 00:00 NZST (UTC +12:00) on 01 Aug 2016.

Donor Confidence Key  

  • Givealittle moderated
  • Donor validated
  • New Zealand registered charity
  • Eligible for tax credit

Concerned? Report this page

Other ways to help

  Grab a widget   Copy link

Email your friends & family

Customise (* required)

Separate using commas e.g. johnsmith@email.com, janesmith@email.com


×

The link has been copied

×

Report this page

Your details (* required)

×

Donor Confidence Key

Givealittle moderation

Givealittle values the importance of an informed decision when making a donation. We check to make sure that adequate information is provided to donors and that pages comply with our terms and conditions. Pages are not browseable nor searchable until moderated and donor validated. For more information, check out this support article.

Donor validation

A page becomes donor validated when it receives donations from at least three different sources. Pages are not browseable nor searchable until moderated and donor validated. For more information, check out this support article.

New Zealand registered charity

Is registered with the Department of Internal Affairs (DIA), Charity Services (formerly Charities Commission) as a charity.

Tax credit eligibility

Has been granted 'donee status' by Inland Revenue (IRD). Donors to a page with tax credit eligibility may be able to apply for a tax credit.

×