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Habitat Restoration Links

If you know of any conservation sites or resources you think may be worthwhile please send us the link.

  • Karori Wildlife Sanctuary
    A protected natural area where the bio-diversity of a square mile of forest near Wellington is being restored.

  • Maungatautari Ecological Island Trust
    The vision of the Maungatautari Ecological Island Trust is to remove, forever, introduced mammalian pests and predators from Maungatautari and restore to the forest a healthy diversity of indigenous plants and animals not seen in our lifetime. The aim is to build a pest proof fence around the bush line of Maungatautari, eliminate the pests and bring back the dawn chorus.

  • New Zealand Ecological Restoration Network
    Dedicated to sharing knowledge and experiences about ecological restoration.

  • Supporters of Tiritiri Matangi
    The Supporters of Tiritiri Matangi is a non-profit conservation volunteer group founded in 1988 to further the aims of Tiritiri Matangi habitat restoration and species translocation projects. 

  • Waitakere Ranges Protection Society
    Campaigns for the preservation and restoration of the Ranges through direct action in restoration planting, weed control, interventions on both planning and on public works which threaten the integrity of the area.

 

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