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2021 March Newsletter

2021 March Newsletter

Our March newsletter 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 volunteer highlight section. 

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Biodiversity update: Kōkako in Pureora

Biodiversity update: Kōkako in Pureora

Biodiversity update: Kōkako in Pureora. A note from Programme Manager Sam who attended the recent (March 2021) event to celebrate 2000 breeding pairs of kōkako in Aotearoa! Hear about what inspired her, and check out a poster that summarises kōkako at the Ark in the Park, including stories from volunteers.

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2021 February Newsletter

2021 February Newsletter

Our February newsletter 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, wasps and biocontrol agents, our kōkako kōrero, and gorgeous photos of our native pepeketua/Hochstetter frog & kōkako chicks.

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