News from the Field

The final stage in pest removal will be achieved by using an aerial application of brodifacoum.

Posted by webmaster on Dec 2nd, 2015

For a current map showing closed tracks due to the log harvest click here
Tracks will be closed in and around the Brook Stream water catchment.
PLEASE NOTE THESE CLOSURES INCLUDE WEEKENDS!

Following Tracks Closed:

Coleman’s link and the Classic track.
Dun Mountain from Tantragee to Third House.

Internal Brook Waimarama Sanctuary Tracks:

Valley Floor Track true right from Dam behind Visitor Centre, Beech Glade, Nikau track to pedestrian Bridge.

Jacobs Ladder from Koru to 4 corners

Koru track from Totara traverse turnoff to Ferny Flat 

Totara crossing to ferny flats 

PLEASE OBSERVE ANY WARNING NOTICES

Project Manager: Opus Consulting 03 548 1099

Posted by Rick Field on Aug 29th, 2015

Click here for Summer 2014 Newsletter

Posted by webmaster on Dec 18th, 2014

Click here for the latest copy of our Annual Report

Posted by webmaster on Nov 10th, 2016

For a copy of our AGM minutes please click here

For a copy of the annual accounts click here

Posted by webmaster on Oct 7th, 2016

Read the latest Spring Newsletter. Click here

Posted by webmaster on Sep 9th, 2016

BREAKING NEWS!
Nelson City Council granted the Trust’s resource consent application to conduct an aerial drop of brodifacoum over the fenced sanctuary to remove all the pest mammals.
We are really pleased about this decision, since this represents a crucial step in achieving the vision for the sanctuary.

Posted by webmaster on May 13th, 2016

Kids of all ages can join in this creative project to illuminate the huge variety of night time animals in the NZ Bush, and the one sided battle that rages between introduced predators and our precious native animals!
For details please visit this Facebook Page for the Nocturnal Life Display

Posted by webmaster on May 12th, 2016

Listen to - Our Changing World Radio NZ 
 

Posted by webmaster on Mar 22nd, 2016

“All conservation efforts are really very important, but if one is looking to get the biggest gain for their conservation dollar then eradicating invasive mammals from islands is probably a good way to go,” says Dr Holly Jones. Listen to Radio NZ

Posted by webmaster on Mar 22nd, 2016