2021 March Newsletter

2021 March Newsletter

Click here for a copy of our March newsletter which features an introduction from our new Volunteer Co-ordinator, the latest trapping results, an update on myrtle rust, news from our trapping workshop, kōkako stories from Pureora and our usual kōkako kōrero, and a new...
Biodiversity update: Kōkako in Pureora

Biodiversity update: Kōkako in Pureora

An excerpt from our 2021 March newsletter: Aotearoa recently celebrated reaching 2000 breeding pairs!! From only 300 pairs in the 90’s, their threat status has been updated to recovering (though still at-risk). A note from Sam, who attended the event in Pureora (read...
2021 February Newsletter

2021 February Newsletter

Click here for a copy of our February newsletter which features the latest trapping and pest monitoring results, the first sighting of myrtle rust within the Ark, a summary of recent research about pet cats in the UK, wasps and biocontrol agents, our kōkako kōrero,...

Ark in the Park is located in the Waitākere Ranges, which are currently closed to minimise the spread of kauri dieback disease.