Permolat Southland

Permolat Southland

Permolat Southland is a charity group of volunteers trapping for bird presevation and repairing huts and tracks in Fiordland.


Our most precious aim is to raise funds for our conservation effort. Our aim is to preserve Blue Duck, Kiwi, Weka, Kaka, Kea, Tui, and other forest birds in the deep cove area. We have over 200 traps in the area to help us acomplish this but these traps need servicing and this comes at the cost of supplies such as bait, lure and gas bottles.

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We are a volunteer group that repairs and maintains huts and tracks that DoC no longer looks after. we also have a conservation project in Deep Cove with more than 200 traps for the preservation of birds including Kiwi and Blue Duck.

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Ben on 30 Apr 2022
Good work!!!
Judith on 03 Nov 2021
Appreciate your work and keen to help. Soon.
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Cool, thanks Judith, if you go to our web page you can sign up for the news letter and we will keep you in the loop of what's happening in Permolat Southland.

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K on 02 Nov 2021
Kellie on 02 Nov 2021
Just spent 10 days around Lake Hauroko - thank you for all you do in the area
Permolat Southland

Thanks for the donation, this will help us to continue trapping and look after more tracks and huts.

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Stanley on 02 Nov 2021

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