Too Many Tui!

$2,594 of $1,174 goal
Given by 26 generous donors in around 3 months

We're seeking funds to help us develop better infrastructure to cope with the rising number of Tui that are coming in to care.

Here at Wellington Bird Rehabilitation Trust we've been caring for Tui for a long time, however in the last year the increase in Tui numbers have started to sky rocket and we're attempting for develop new processes and procedures to combat the influx of Tui coming into care.

With the current stability in the wild population of Tui, many funded organisations are turning their attention towards birds that are not doing as well as our local nectar drinkers. While this is a huge success for the Tui, it means that Wellington Bird Rehabilitation Trust is now intaking an exponentially larger amount of this particular bird with none of the financial support to cope with the increase.

Wellington Bird Rehabilitation Trust is completely unfunded and relies heavily on the support of private donors and the public.

About us

We are a charity organization that rescue, rehabilitate and release all birds who are in need.

Use of funds

The money raised will be used to purchase two Absco aviaries from Bunnings Warehouse. The sheds cost $587 each and will be used as "soft release" enclosures for out Tui transitioning back into the wild.

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Latest donations

Jessica
Jessica on 09 Mar 2021
$30
Kevin
Kevin on 23 Feb 2021
$25
Keith
Keith on 16 Feb 2021
Thank you for taking the injured bird we found today. You're doing great things. Keep it up!
Private
Nigel
Nigel on 03 Feb 2021
$100
Dean
Dean on 03 Feb 2021
Thanks for the great work you do
$50

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This page was created on 26 Jan 2021 and closed on 26 Apr 2021.