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- Biosecurity (2)
- Data Management (2)
- Detector dogs (2)
- Ecological evaluation (8)
- Ecosystem restoration (11)
- Environmental education (1)
- Fencing (1)
- GIS (1)
- Horticulture (2)
- Project management (5)
- Revegetation (5)
- Seabird monitoring & research (2)
- Species management (3)
- Species translocations (5)
- Survey and monitoring (7)
- Weed management (6)
- Wetland management (3)
59 Patiki Rd
Te Ngahere is a solution focused organisation that specialises in providing both public and private clients with excellent best practice services. The service covers a range of ecological restoration services of native bush (animal and plant pest management).
Our main areas of expertise have evolved from an initial desire to restore and protect New Zealand’s biodiversity and native forest environment. These have morphed into ecological restoration (protecting and enhancing), and consultancy (advice and solutions), specializing in invasive species management.
We are operationally grounded and have built our reputation from providing and building solutions that work in the real world. This means that, whether you speak to us about an ecological assessment, pest management and restoration frameworks, you are going to get an effective solution that will encompass community, environment and financial concepts.
113 Great South Road, Otahuhu
The Plant People’s specialised Ecological Restoration team are a collection of highly educated individuals, who share our passion for protecting and improving our remaining native areas, our experienced team leaders collectively have over a decade of industry experience and undertake all in house training. Our team comes from a variety of professional backgrounds, and all have Degrees within the Environmental Sciences; all staff members are Growsafe certified, have site safe qualifications, and first aid certificates. The team are Kauri Die-back trained and practice all decontamination protocols when required.
We operate using best practice industry techniques and specialise in non-invasive weed control methods, we undertake a holistic approach to a site to enhance existing vegetation.
- Ecological restoration activities: targeted weed removal, non-invasive treatment techniques encouraging native regeneration
- Riparian restoration: Riparian corridor specific weed control methods, ensuring erosion and sedimentation levels are maintained
- Indigenous revegetation: small and large scale revegetation of degraded land, infill planting to strengthen and increase diversity in existing bushland areas
- Large scale weed control: spraying of noxious species impacting on ecologically sensitive areas
- Remote access weed control: off-road vehicles equip with large scale spray equipment
- Working at heights: Revegetation and weed control in areas requiring harness systems
Wai-ora Forest Landscape Limited is a Christchurch based landscaping contractor.
We offer soft and hard landscaping services in 'built' environments and a specialisation of working in natural environments.
In addition, our nursery division produces eco-sourced native plants for sale to the greater Canterbury Market.
Our Project Teams work with local and regional authorities, civil contractors, developers, and landscape architects on a wide range of soft and hard landscaping tasks.
We are dedicated to the tasks of creating and maintaining attractive planting areas and improving existing ones for the enjoyment of people who share these areas.
We also strive to protect and enhance, threatened and rare flora and fauna by providing enhancements to habitats and/or production and planting of rare plants.
Our Ecological Restoration Services teams are specialist in native plant eco-systems and the control of noxious weeds and the eradiation of other species threatening our biodiversity.
Our nursery division specialises in producing eco-sourced natives for the wholesale market and has been successfully growing plants for Canterbury for over 25 years.
- Our extensive range of native plants are listed in our catalogue.
- Our seeds are eco-sourced, making plants more robust and disease resistant
- We make seed collections annually throughout Canterbury
Wetland Solutions provides assessment, design, planning, implementation and maintenance for all or part of your land development or restoration project. We focus on wetlands, plantings, stormwater, wastewater, weed/pest control and environmental management.
What makes Wetland Solutions unique is that our qualified and experienced Ecologists both consult and implement at any stage or level of a project. We combine scientific information with practical 'on the ground' solutions resulting in sound and successful project outcomes.
Habitats and Wildlife
- Ecosystem restoration including habitat enhancement and species translocations. We are
experienced in implementing translocation and/or establishment programmes for a wide range
of species ranging from common forest birds to various seabirds, reptiles and invertebrates.
- Designing and implementing monitoring programmes to detect species and identify trends in
relative densities (e.g. bird call counts, tracking tunnels to monitor the presence of small
- Surveying - we are experienced in locating and identifying NZ native flora and fauna.
- We are certified bird handlers experienced in catching, processing and banding a wide range of
species such as passerines (e.g. robins, tomtits and rifleman), parrots (e.g. kaka and kakariki),
seabirds, kiwi and takahë.
- Management of introduced mammals and invasive plants (e.g. designing or implementing small
or large scale monitoring, control or eradication programmes).
Project Management and People Engagement
- Preparation of strategic, management and operational plans including project restoration plans,
species translocation plans, wildlife handling/monitoring permits and Standard Operating
- Project management (ranging from ‘starting up’ advice through to complete project
management, we will guide the process to ensure an agreed outcome is achieved).
- Community and volunteer engagement (e.g. facilitating or running training programmes for
individuals or community groups including wildlife monitoring and predator trapping).
- Nature education – we can facilitate and/or lead nature education programmes for all ages.
Tamsin Ward-Smith ( M. Sc. in Ecology) Managing Director and Consulting Ecologist
Tamsin completed her MSc. in Ecology in 1992 and after traveling and working overseas, managed DOC Boundary Stream Mainland Island for four years and later privately owned Cape Sanctuary in Hawke’s Bay for 10 years, where she coordinated numerous species translocations and ecosystem
restoration programmes. Tamsin is passionate about positively connecting people from all ages and walks of life with our unique wildlife.
Kay Griffiths (PG Dip. Wildlife Management) Managing Director and Consulting Ecologist
Kay has been involved in scientific studies and nature conservation for the last 25 years through working with DSIR, DoC and running The Conservation Company, which has been operating throughout the lower North Island since 2005. Kay is super passionate about all our native flora and fauna, has
great facilitation skills and loves a challenge!
Wildlands provides specialist skills and project implementation in relation to ecology, biodiversity, ecological restoration and revegetation, survey and monitoring, assessments of ecological effects, environmental monitoring, indigenous flora and fauna, exotic pest plants and animals, and wetland restoration.
The company has a strong track record, and is staffed by experienced and committed ecologists.
We have a strong ornithological back ground, with our team being some of the country’s leading birders. Ensuring that this is more than just a job, we have a real passion for nature, it’s conservation and research.
Clients include central and regional Government conservation and research agencies, non-government conservation organisations and private sector commercial businesses. Many projects involve working with local organisations in a partnership approach, which we see as critical to achieving long term conservation gains.
Here at WMIL we are committed to local action, that’s why a portion of every invoice is donated to New Zealand’s most isolated community conservation group, the Chatham Islands Taiko Trust, to support grass roots conservation.
We specialise in using our expertise to provide animal exclusion and containment assessments, feasibility studies and advice for a wide range of clients. Our advisory services provide practical and custom research-based solutions to address our customers site specific animal management, product quality, aesthetic and financial needs. Xcluder® advice can be provided as a stand-alone service or as a pre-cursor to pest exclusion projects.
Mesh and Products
Xcluder® provide a range of high quality wire meshes and other products and solutions for domestic, conservation, commercial and industrial projects. We specialise in stainless steel meshes, but can source virtually any quality of mesh for any application. Our product range includes cat enclosures, game/security cameras, Timms traps and fabric gap fillers. The range is designed to complement animal and pet exclusion and containment solutions.
We pride ourselves on helping our customers achieve their animal management goals. In many projects our own teams manage all aspects of construction, but we also offer completely customised installation options that allow customers to make use of resources that they can provide directly.