Kaharoa Kokako Trust

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The Kaharoa Kokako Trust is a group of volunteers dedicated to protecting kokako locally, thereby assisting recovery of the species nationa

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  Bay of Plenty Conservation

Providing possum and rat control during the nesting season so kokako chicks can fledge.

Since 1997 the Kaharoa kokako population has increased from 12 breeding pairs to over 60 pairs of birds, with many juveniles coming on. This healthy population supplies surplus kokako for translocation to other protected areas of New Zealand.

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Providing possum and rat control during the nesting season so kokako chicks can fledge.


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  • Dawn Williams

    Dawn Williams on 17 Mar 2019

    $300

    $300

  • shane

    shane on 01 Mar 2019

    $10

    $10

  • Guest Donor

    Guest Donor on 28 Jan 2019

    $30

    $30

  • Janet Nash

    Janet Nash on 28 Nov 2018

    $30

    $30

    • Kaharoa Kokako Trust

      Thank you very much for your donation, it is greatly appreciated and will be put towards enhancing the health and vitality of our beautiful Kaharoa forest to enable our endangered kokako to thrive.

  • Max

    Max on 25 Nov 2018

    $15

    $15

    • Kaharoa Kokako Trust

      Thank you very much for your donation, it is greatly appreciated and will be put towards enhancing the health and vitality of our beautiful Kaharoa forest to enable our endangered kokako to thrive.


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