Ken Fraser “This is crazy!” We were hacking a path through 2-metre tall cape ivy in the quarry. We kept … Continue reading How it started: Paekakariki Escarpment track
Nga Uruora is playing a key part in creating a ‘Kapiti Mainland Island’. This is an area where intensive animal … Continue reading Creating a Kapiti Mainland Island
Some professional scientists are sniffy about the role of amateurs, but as an increasing number of academic papers makes clear, … Continue reading Rise of the citizen scientist
Angus from @PredatorFreeNZ will be talking about his work Queen Elizabeth Park AGM. Monday 24th August at 7.30pm. Paraparaumu Library All welcome!! … Continue reading Friends of Queen Elizabeth Park AGM coming soon
I wholeheartedly support the rewilding and restoration of our green and pleasant, but ecologically muted, land, and of our British … Continue reading Recovering paradise lost – different country, same challenges
The stoat is a member of the mustelid family, along with weasels and ferrets. It was introduced to New Zealand in … Continue reading Learn about the negative impact stoats have on New Zealand’s native species and what’s being done to control this fierce predator.
Are the rumours sweeping Kapiti true that the Pest Control Team have now caught over 2’000 pests since April 2013?
The latest pest control results to June 2015 have been posted here…www.naturespace.org.nz/docume…/whareroa-pest-control-results or you can check out the Whareroa Guardians Community Trust on Facebook
An innovative possum control project aimed at boosting native bird numbers in urban areas has won Hawke’s Bay Regional Council a local government excellence award.
A $6 million 10-year project dedicated to protecting and restoring Nelson’s environment was officially launched at the Suter Gallery today. … Continue reading Nelson Nature project gets lift off – how about a similar vision for the Kapiti Coast?
NUKP newsletter May 2015 Read the latest news! Highlights include an update on the Te Araroa Trail and new seats … Continue reading NUKP newsletter May 2015