Waipoua Forest Trust

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Don't eat the pigeons, save them to save the forest. Your donations go directly to predator control in Waipoua to increase kukupa survival.

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  Northland Conservation Research Wildlife

There is no bush without birds, no birds without bush. The dire state of bird life in our most important kauri sanctuary, Waipoua Forest, is a measure of how close we are to losing this national treasure. The Waipoua Forest Trust seek your donations to fund a concerted, sustained predator control campaign that will have flocks of kukupa back in this amazing place

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Waipoua Forest is an advocate for kauri, its health and capacity to survive long enough for another generation of 2,000 year old trees to grow and thrive. We have developed a new forest of 250 hectares alongside the Waipoua Forest Sanctuary, planted with seedlings of the surviving great trees in a world leading restoration programme.

Public support is essential for this project as Kauri will not survive as long as it depends solely on government institutions.


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    Guest Donor on 09 Nov 2018

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    The Blount Family on 12 Feb 2018

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    Xander Craw on 26 Oct 2017

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