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Thanks to an active intervention program, at Whangarei Heads we really do have kiwi in our backyard.

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November 8th, 2017

“it’s my egg (and you can’t have it!)”

A new picture book by Heather Hunt and Kennedy Warne.

August 18th, 2017

2017 Annual Kiwi Call Count Data

The information we get from the call counts is crucial as it is still the best way to monitor the kiwi population, both on a local level and in the wider Whangarei Heads area and beyond.

June 8th, 2017

June 2017 Mt Aubrey- Reotahi Landcare action.

Possum catches continue at a low level; the average monthly catch from 34 traps on Mt Aubrey is now 6 possums. When residents started trapping possums on the bush line above Reotahi a few years ago they caught 300 possums over the first 3 years. Marc Lawrence has continued his work on the wild ginger… [Read More]

May 31st, 2017

Papakarahi Landcare and Native Tree Nursery

Papakarahi has had another successful year with all this seasons plants allocated and picked up in May We have 8 regular and enthusiastic volunteers who I would like to thank sincerely, my husband Philip King, Logan Carter, Mike and Jenny Butcher, Dave Asplin and Pauline Marjoribanks and Ross and Sue Farrant. Also a big thank you to… [Read More]

March 14th, 2017

Kiwi chick revived and thriving

TJ was found by Terry Gill on 25/1/17 on his drive in Mckenzie Bay when Terry was mowing the drive edges.

February 20th, 2017

Close encounter with kiwi

February Kiwi Release at Whangarei Heads.

January 25th, 2017

Kiwi Release February 12th

WHLF Backyard Kiwi invite you to attend a kiwi release.

November 16th, 2016

New picture book for Backyard Kiwi illustrator

THE CUCKOO AND THE WARBLER … A true New Zealand Story By Heather Hunt and Kennedy Warne. Reviewed by Peter Hayden (natural history writer and documentary maker) The Cuckoo and the Warbler is a new book for young people illustrated by Heather Hunt with story by Kennedy Warne. The greatest things about this book is… [Read More]

June 24th, 2016

If you find dead kiwi

Contact Backyard Kiwi Any sightings of kiwi are of interest to Backyard Kiwi be it dead or alive Another kiwi hit on the main road this week – usual spot between the Nook and McLeod Bay. Thanks to the driver who picked up the bird and contacted us Todd says “The bird was a large… [Read More]

May 27th, 2016

Workshop and Competition

Weed Action Whangarei Heads will be running a free weed control workshop on Sunday 29th May, 2pm at the Whangarei Heads School Hall. We will be demonstrating lots of different control methods for the different weed species invading our gardens, coastlines and forests (there is a great selection to demonstrate on in the bush adjacent to the school…). There will also… [Read More]

WHANGAREI HEADS LANDCARE FORUM