Te Korowai o Waiheke: Towards Predator Free Waiheke Walk
15:30 - 17:30 • Sunday 17th November 2019 • 3D

Free Event • Presented by Te Korowai O Waiheke

  • 5

    Grade

  • 3.5 km

    Distance

  • Loop

  • 2 hrs

    Duration

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Start
Onetangi Sports Park Carpark
Finish
Same as start
Overview
Te Korowai o Waiheke is a charitable trust established by the local community with the aim of restoring our island song together.

The first stage of the project is stoat eradication island-wide. Join us for an informative walk around the Rangihoua wetlands and forest looking at the increases in biodiversity resulting from volunteer predator control programmes. The walk will be led by Te Korowai team members Jo Ritchie, Operations Manager, and Shane Brealey, Trustee. Jo will discuss the stoat eradication program and the tools, like cameras and detection dogs, that will be needed to detect stoats at low densities.

Walk Features
  • Loop

    Walk

  • Self

    Drive

  • Public

    Bus

  • Parking

    Available

  • No

    Dogs

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