Bushy Park Sanctuary

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The sanctuary is a 100 hectare predator-free native bird sanctuary, set amongst one of the few patches of virgin rainforest. According to F

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- the preservation and enhancement of the forest

- the enhancement of native bird life and the introduction of rare and endangered species

- providing the opportunity for public education, recreation and enjoyment of the Homestead and forest.

- providing an education program for students.

- establishment of a predator proof fence to protect native bird life

- programmes for the release and protection of hihi/stitchbird, tieke/saddleback and previously as a kiwi sanctuary

- preservation of the Bushy Park Homestead


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Guest Donor on 07 Sep 2020
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Guest Donor on 06 Sep 2020
Part of MTSC group on 26 August but a bit slo off the mark. Enjoyed the day and hope to return soon.
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Ian
Ian on 27 Aug 2020
Enjoyed my visit with the Manawatu Tramping and Skiing Club on Aug 26. Very impressed with the changes made since my last visit before the predator fence was erected.
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Rod
Rod on 27 Aug 2020
Fascinating day in the bush yesterday
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Guest Donor on 27 Jul 2020
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