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Project name Description Websites Join
Aorangi Restoration Project Join
Araheke Riparian Join
Arapaoa Kiwi Join
Ararira-LII Trapping Project

Lincoln High School students are using GoodNature A24 traps on private land beside the Ararira-LII River.
The Ararira-LII is a spring fed tributary which flows into Te Waihora /Lake Ellesmere.

Aratoro Wildlife Restoration Project

A community based initiative started by Asher Wallace, Director of Apex Predator Control Limited (where the well-being of your Ngahere is a easy as APC) aka The Cheeky Plucker with a solid vision of working alongside Iwi, NRC, DOC, landowners, environmental departments, Kiwi Coast, Kiwi's for Kiw

Arcadia Reserve Predator Control

Rat and Possum control under a pulsing (4x a year) system.

Arch Hill Scenic Reserve Join
Arethusa Pest Control

Making Arethusa a safe place for the many important birds that live here. Including Bittern and Spotless Crake

Aroha Island

Aroha Island is a 12ha sanctuary in the Kerikeri Inlet and is a short 12km drive north east of Kerikeri, in the stunning Bay of Islands. A causeway links the island to the mainland, providing permanent and convenient vehicle access.

Arthurs Point, Queenstown

One Tims trap for possums.
One DOC 200 box trap for stoats, etc

Asheley next door neighour murray"s run off Join
Ashworth Beach Ponds

a trapping programme in its infancy, aming to protect a bird nesting and feeding ground

Ashworths Ponds Join
Aspiring Biodiversity Trust

Protection & enhancement of endemic biodiversity in the Makarore and Wilkin (Otanenui) catchments


Atawai Join
Atiwhakatu Valley Trapping Project

Deploying Good Nature A24 traps to control rats and mice, over an area hopefully to reach 1,000 hectares.

Atticus Join
Avery Road Join
Avondale Join
Awakura - Red River

A12 traps at Awakura

Awamoa Orchard Join
Awarua Conservation Trust Join
Awaruaika Wetland West Join
Awaruku Bush Reserve Join
Awaruku Wetland

Awaruku Wetland, Long Bay is a wetland that is newly established as part of the Long Bay residential development. This habitat creation is home to many coastal and wetland birds and we hope to increase their number and diversity.