Conservation Week runs from 15 - 23 August, 2020 and the theme is Nature Through New Eyes
EVENTS POSTPONED DUE TO ALERT LEVEL 2
This is to let you know that the Annual General Meeting of the Coast Road Dawn Chorus society will be held at 7:30pm on Thursday 27th of August. (Assuming the Covid level permits.)
We will meet at Susanna's place, 24 Punakaiki Road, Punakaiki.
Acceptance of the Minutes of the last General Meeting (13 Feb)
Annual Accounts and Treasurer's Report
Election of Managing Committee
Any other business
Close of meeting
Hope to see you there,
Secretary, Coast Road Dawn Chorus
Come along for a day of sharing and learning on predator trapping. We have a packed day of skills based workshops, interactive talks and a guided tour of the Barrytown School trapping project by some of the school children. We are also pleased to welcome Kristel Van Houte from the Raglan based Karioi Project as the keynote speaker.
There will also be a kid's trapping corner for children to make tracking tunnels, weta motels, lizard lounges and paper models of native birds.
Morning and afternoon tea will be provided. Please bring a plate (with food on it!) for a shared potluck lunch.
This is a free community event and everyone is welcome.
To give us an idea of numbers attending please REGISTER.
After the Gathering there will be a sunset tour of the nearby Westland Petrel / Taiko breeding colony, 6.15-8pm. THIS …
Come along to help build/repair 20 predator traps with materials kindly donated by DOC and Predator Free Punakaiki. Bring your kids too if they would like to learn how to build a trap.
The traps will be allocated to willing community members living along the Coast Road of Barrytown flats and those attending the workshop will be given first option to take traps home. These traps are the start of the Coast Road predator trapline from 17 Mile Bluff to the Punakaiki River. Our group Coast Road Dawn Chorus applied to the DOC Community Fund for this trapline in March but we are yet to hear the outcome.
The traps are DOC150 rat/stoat traps housed in wooden boxes to the DOC specification. They are NAWAC (National Animal Welfare Advisory Committee) approved and weka, pet and child safe
We have all the materials to make/repair the boxes but please bring the …