Environment » Natural Resources » Biodiversity » Waikato Unwrapped - Stories of our communities giving back to nature
THE CALL OF THE WILD: Is something telling you it's time to help make a difference? Don't just sit there and do nothing about it!
A FISH TALE: Replacing rubbish in a gully with trees and fish.
MAKING A BAT PLAN: Protecting Hamilton City's bat population.
A RIVER RUNS THROUGH THEM: Restoring Opoutere's catchment and harbour.
RAT ATTACK: Replacing rats with birds at Little Bay.
KIWI KEEPERS: Looking after Ōtorohanga's native birds.
LIFE'S A BEACH! From destruction to dune care and dotterel at Port Waikato.
ORCHID VALLEY: A gully once infested with wild ginger is now covered in native orchids.
HOME TO ROOST: There'll always be a safe haven for shorebirds in the Firth of Thames.
OI! THEY'RE BACK! Grey-faced petrel are breeding again on Mt Karioi.
A KŌKAKO CALLING: The call of kōkako is ringing out again on Mt Pirongia.
FOREST GUARDIANS: 24 private properties, 1 biodiversity sanctuary.
HILL STANDING ALONE: Building something special at Pukemokemoke.
WHERE THE WILDINGS ARE: Sometimes you need to make sure a desert stays that way.
GIVING KIWI TEETH: Taking the power away from kiwi predators in Coromandel.
TAKAHĒ TENURE: A farm that runs beef and sheep. And takahē!
BUILDING A SANCTUARY: A mountain of a task has a mountain of pay-off.
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Private Bag 3038 Waikato Mail Centre Hamilton 3240
Fax (07) 859 0998 Freephone 0800 800 401