Get involved as a conservation volunteer for a Department of Conservation (DOC) project. You can also join other conservation groups that DOC works with.
Help restore the forest and wildlife in Tararua Forest Park with Project Kaka.
Find out about volunteer opportunities at Pukaha Mount Bruce.
Help protect wild kaka, North Island brown kiwi, kokako and other flora and fauna by maintaining a network of traps and bait stations throughout Pukaha Mount Bruce in the Wairarapa.
Pukaha Mount Bruce is a 942 hectare reserve in the Wairarapa. The lowland forest has a popullation of approximately 40 north island brown kiwi. Volunteers will assist field staff to monitor the locations of these kiwi using telemetry equipment.
The Wairarapa Area Office requires volunteers to hut warden at the Totara Flats, Powell, Jumbo, Mitre Flats and Tutuwai huts in the Tararua Forest Park.
Volunteers are sought to help control the exotic plant Spanish heath in the Tauherenikau Valley in the Wairarapa.
The Wairarapa Area Office requires volunteer campsite hosts at Corner Creek, Waiohine Gorge, Putangirua Pinnacles, and Kiriwhakapapa road end.
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