Work in the native forests of New Zealand and help preserve some of the many species within it. Based on the Kauri Forest, this is a unique project which allows volunteers to discover an unexplored forest whilst honing their conservation and wilderness skills. The work focuses on completing a grid network of forest trails which are used for the control and monitoring of pests which harm the native birds. Volunteers will get involved with: establishing the grid pattern clearing and marking trails installing and monitoring bait stations GPS trail mapping.
Volunteer to work to preserve the native forest and birds on the Kauri Coast, New Zealand and get to explore an undiscovered forest while learning about conservation and wilderness skills. Join this project and help preserve the native forest and birds in a Nature Sanctuary located in an unexplored forest on the beautiful Kauri Coast, New Zealand. Background This Nature Sanctuary is a privately owned native forest that is managed in cooperation with the New Zealand’s Department of Conservation (DOC) and the local regional council.