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    Crouching quietly in the dark listening to the shrill cry of kiwi, eye-balling bugs and grubs under magnifying glasses, and exploring unspoiled coastal headlands flush with crimson pohutakwa… These were just some of the unique experiences shared by visitors and locals who participated in our Summer Holiday Programme this year during January. It was not […]

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    Thanks to everyone who brought their dogs along to the free Kiwi Avoidance training sessions run over January. It was really encouraging to meet people from all walks of life, keen to protect kiwi in their backyard through responsible dog ownership. Sessions were held in Tairua, Coromandel, Colville, Waikawau Bay and Te Mata. Kiwi Avoidance […]

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    The 8th of April 2009 was a very special day as the North Island Robin (Toutouwai) was reintroduced to the Northern Coromandel. Prior to their reintroduction the Robin had been regionally extinct for around 100 years. Moehau Environment Group volunteers joined with over 100 locals, local and Pureora iwi, and the Department of Conservation to […]

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