(14 – 18 years)
An educational event led by Aspiring Biodiversity Trust with Birds New Zealand, based at Makarora near the head of Lake Wānaka
- Experience wrybill/ngutuparore, black-fronted tern/tarapirohe, black-billed gull/ tarapuka, banded dotterel/pohowera breeding on the braided river. The nearby beech/podocarp forest provides habitat for pīpipi, mohua, kākā, ruru. Remnant populations of rock wren/pīwauwau, kea and whio live in the alpine areas.
- Take part in mist-netting, bird banding, 5 minute bird counts, predator control, river-bird survey, bat and moth surveys, and more!
- Learn about geophysiography, biodiversity monitoring and threat management from practising experts.
Include this unique birding experience in your summer holidays!
Cost $450 per person.
Accommodation in cabins and meals catered.
To register your interest and obtain further details, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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