New Zealand Bird Rescue Charitable Trust

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NZ Bird Rescue relies on donations to pay for feed, medical supplies, equipment and specialist care to treat the birds brought to us.

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NZ Bird Rescue Charitable Trust is a passionate team of staff and volunteers passionate about the rescue, rehabilitate and release of orphaned, sick and injured birds. Our Centre is at 74 Avonleigh Rd Green Bay, Auckland.

NZ Bird Rescue relies on donations to pay for feed, medical supplies, equipment and specialist care to treat the ~4500 birds brought to us each year.

We care for all NZ birds - native, non-native and appreciate all help we receive!

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New Zealand Bird Rescue relies on the generosity of New Zealanders to continue our work in caring for New Zealand wildlife. Your donation helps our centres to operate by giving us funds to purchase feed, medical supplies, equipment etc so that the birds can be treated, rehabilitated and released back into the environment.


Latest donations

  • Jommy

    Jommy on 07 Oct 2019

    $6.66

    Sorry for the odd amount - this was all the money we had left in our NZ account, we're back in the Netherlands now :)

    $6.66

    • New Zealand Bird Rescue Charitable Trust

      Dear Jommy, Thank you so much for your donation. This will help to feed some ducklings at the centre at the moment. Best wishes and kind regards, Maria Gomez - admin@birdrescue.org.nz

  • Alison

    Alison on 01 Oct 2019

    $100

    Thanks for taking the second paradise duck from our place!

    $100

    • New Zealand Bird Rescue Charitable Trust

      Dear Donor, A huge "Thank You" from all of us at NZ Bird Rescue. Your generosity and support to our organisation is much appreciated. Best wishes and kind regards, Maria Gomez - admin@birdrescue.org.nz

  • Jacinda

    Jacinda on 01 Oct 2019

    $50

    Dropped off a fledgling blackbird who had most likely been blown out of its nest in the nasty storms we've been having. No mother or father in sight. Happy to drive over West to give it to the capable team at NZ Bird Rescue.

    $50

    • New Zealand Bird Rescue Charitable Trust

      Dear Donor, On behalf of NZ Bird Rescue Charitable Trust, a huge "Thank You" for your generosity and support to our organisation. This is much appreciated and will help feed and care for nestlings and fledgelings this week. Best wishes and kind regards, Maria Gomez -admin@birdrescue.org.nz

  • Louise

    Louise on 01 Oct 2019

    $50

    $50

    • New Zealand Bird Rescue Charitable Trust

      Dear Donor, Thank you so much for your generosity and support to our organisation. This is greatly appreciated and will help feed a Northern Giant Petrel who is being cared for at the Centre at the moment. Kind regards, Maria Gomez - admin@birdrescue.org.nz

  • Sathya

    Sathya on 29 Sep 2019

    $55

    Donation from Tamil Henna. Wishing your organisation more success.

    $55

    • New Zealand Bird Rescue Charitable Trust

      Dear Donor, On behalf of NZ Bird Rescue Charitable Trust, a huge "Thank You" for your generosity and support to our organisation. This is much appreciated and will help feed a Giant Petrel which is recovering at the Centre this week. Best wishes and kind regards, Maria Gomez - admin@birdrescue.org.nz


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