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Te Korowai o Waiheke: towards a predator-free Waiheke

FreeAccessibleCentral Auckland

Sunday 6 October, 2pm-4pm


Waiheke Library

131-133 Ocean View Road, Waiheke Island

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What native species do we still have on Waiheke, and how can we protect them? If we eradicate predators like rats and stoats, what could Waiheke look like in 250 years? What do we as a community need to do to protect our remaining living taonga?

Ruapuke (Maria) Island in the Hauraki Gulf was predator free in 1964. Can we use lessons from Ruapuke Island on Waiheke?

In this informative talk, learn about the work of Te Korowai o Waiheke – Predator-free Waiheke.

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