Great Barrier Island Environmental Trust

  Auckland
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The Vision; To protect native species and re-introduce species lost to Great Barrier Island.

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Wildlife Conservation Endangered

The Great Barrier Island Environmental Trust continues to be instrumental in raising the awareness of the state of the environment on Great Barrier Island at both a political and local level with education and advocacy.

GBI is now a Conservation Park and its profile as a haven for threatened species like black petrels, kaka, NZ dotterel, pateke (brown teal), kereru and chevron skink is increasing.

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This Trust has been instrumental in raising the awareness of the state of the environment on Great Barrier Island at both a political and local level with education and advocacy.

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This organisation page was created on 13 Jan 2014.

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