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15 November 2019
The Poutiri Ao ō Tāne project yesterday welcomed five new kākā to Boundary Stream Mainland Island, growing the introduced population to more than 26.
21 October 2019
If kākā feeding is something you have always wanted to do – sign up!
10 October 2019
Predator Free Hawke’s Bay has caught over 8,000 predators since 2011 thanks to trapping technology, enhancing the region’s native biodiversity and inspiring national conservation efforts.
8 October 2019
Take one perfect Hawke’s Bay autumn day, fifty enthusiastic Year 7 and 8 students, two teachers brave enough to take learning outdoors and a passionately supportive community of helpers and what do ...
3 July 2019
On Wednesday, fittingly coinciding with World Environment Day, EIT and the Air New Zealand Environment Trust celebrated the signing of a memorandum of understanding (MoU) expressing their intention to...
11 June 2019
Thanks to a collaboration between Hawke’s Bay Regional Council, Cape to City and Enviroschools education facilitators, teachers wanting to take their students into the environment are making the mos...
15 April 2019
Three cadets were welcomed by Rongomaiwahine iwi at a pōwhiri at Tuahuru Marae in Te Māhia today, to mark the beginning of their work towards a predator-free Te Māhia.
6 March 2019
Waitangi the tītī/Cook’s petrel has returned to his nesting site at Poutiri Ao ō Tāne for a second year, and this time has brought friends with him.
18 January 2019
The importance of biodiversity in our everyday lives has been captured by a vibrant mural which will be on display at the A&P show
1 October 2018
The four-year project aimed at removing possums, and controlling mustelids and feral cats from Mahia Peninsula has been named “Whakatipu Mahia – Predator Free Mahia” at a community meeting yeste...
29 August 2018
Published July 7 2018
7 July 2018
A project aimed at creating a Predator Free Hawke’s Bay has been launched in Napier tonight (5pm Monday 2 July 2018) with the announcement of a $1.6 million kick-start in funding from the Government...
2 July 2018
Hawke's Bay predator control projects Poutiri Ao ō Tāne and Cape to City have stepped onto the national stage for the first time at this year's Fieldays.
15 June 2018
History and restoration was the kaupapa for last Saturdays gathering at Lake Tutira
23 April 2018
The local collaborative ecological restoration project Poutiri Ao ō Tāne welcomed almost 100 new members to its whanau.
17 April 2018
The Maungaharuru Range may soon roar again with the discovery of a tītī/Cook’s petrel having returned to its nesting site.
5 February 2018
Hawke’s Bay has shared with the rest of New Zealand what the future of biodiversity and predator control could look like at a three day conference held here in Napier.
17 November 2017
Collaborative ecological restoration projects Cape to City and Poutiri Ao ō Tāne will be challenging conservation boundaries at the region’s first ever biodiversity conference.
2 November 2017
Hawke’s Bay is closer to having a self-sustaining kākā population with the release of six more birds at Boundary Stream Scenic Reserve today.
18 October 2017
EIT’s education department is about to get a whole lot greener thanks to a partnership with the Cape to City and Poutiri Ao ō Tāne projects.
29 September 2017
Predator Free 2050 Ltd’s board has announced the appointment of Ed Chignell to the new position of Chief Executive to help drive New Zealand towards the Predator Free 2050 goal.
16 June 2017
Campbell Leckie's presentation on Cape to City at the Crazy and Ambitious Conference in Wellington last month is now available to view online
13 June 2017
Local community members met at Matahiwi Marae yesterday for Cape to City's kaitiakitanga hui.
3 May 2017
This year marks the fourth time Department of Conservation staff and their Poutiri Ao ō Tāne partners will translocate Kōrure (mottled petrels) as part of a unique conservation project.
11 April 2017
Attendees of this year’s A&P show will have a creative chance to help restore native species in Hawke’s Bay.
4 October 2016
He aha te mea nui o te ao What is the most important thing in the world? He tangata, he tangata, he tangata It is the people, it is the people, it is the people!
19 September 2016
An upcoming hui will give the Hawke’s Bay community an opportunity to define what kaitiakitanga looks like for Cape to City.
1 August 2016
Thanks to the help of over 80 volunteers, 1,300 new native plants now adorn the hillsides behind Te Awanga.
24 July 2016
For the first time in 50 years, robin’s song has returned to the Maraetotara Plateau
8 July 2016
If you’re keen to do some digging for conservation, the Clifton County Cricket Club has just the opportunity.
4 July 2016
Hawke’s Bay farmers are getting in behind a New Zealand first environmental restoration project, which has just been launched in Napier.
30 April 2015
A major partnership of local and national agencies will see more than $6 million invested in conservation in Hawke’s Bay over the next 5 years.
18 December 2014
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