Did you know that kererū (native wood pigeon) are essential to New Zealand's native biodiversity? They are the only birds that can disperse big seeds of many of our native trees like miro, tawa, taraire, and nīkau which enables them to survive. So kererū have an important role to play in sustainability. Although the disappearance of these birds could be a disaster for the regeneration of our native forests, on this field trip you will find plenty of good news stories of people working effectively to increase the population of kererū.
This field trip is also supported by The Tindall Foundation.
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