Kea Conservation Trust

  Auckland
Organisation page created in the Animals category

Kea, the worlds only mountain parrot are endangered. The Kea Conservation Trust (KCT), is committed to saving this unique NZ bird and ensur

  Auckland Endangered

Working with communities and other organisations to save kea, supporting communities to reduce conflict situations, developing education material and programmes to highlight threats facing the species, researching population status and productivity through annual surveys and nest monitoring, protecting nests throughout the breeding season and providing opportunities for others to get involved.

Since the KCT's formation in 2006 we have raised awareness of the endangered status of kea, identified threats and issues facing the species, initiated programmes to resolve these threats, developed positive working relationships with organisations here and overseas to support our conservation aims and developed lasting community partnerships within NZ for the benefit of kea and their fragile alpine environment.


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Matt
Matt on 29 May 2021
$200
Sue
Sue on 29 May 2021
$300
Rob McLean
Rob McLean on 11 Apr 2021
Rob McLean's 100th birthday
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Faye
Faye on 09 Apr 2021
Part of Rob McLeans 100th birthday gift
$300
Josh
Josh on 12 Jan 2021
$50

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