- Wild for Taranaki Board Vacancies
It’s that time of year again – we’re seeking nominations from members to fill vacancies on the Wild for Taranaki Trust Board. Are you interested in the big picture of conservation and making gains for Taranaki biodiversity? Do you enjoy strategic thinking and providing good governance? Wild for Taranaki was formed in 2015 to co-ordinate regional biodiversity actions. It supports more […]
- OUR JULY NEWSLETTER
Read our latest newsletter to find out what’s been happening in conservation and restoration projects across the region, including about the monitoring of kororā, little blue penguins, release of pāteke at Rotokare Scenic Reserve and some great Taranaki videos by film duo Better Ancestors.
- SEA WEEK 2021 – Our amazing eels
Breaking the NZ travel bubble (all the way to Tonga). What’s the first thing that comes to mind when you think of an eel? Slimy? Scary? River monsters? World traveller is unlikely to be high on your list, but it should be. Our wonderful eels don’t spend their entire lives lurking in our rivers, streams, […]
- SEA WEEK 2021 – Our big neighbours in the South
Did you know that Taranaki has its very own blue whale population? That’s right, a bunch of the biggest animals ever live right on our southern doorstep, off the coast of South Taranaki. Our Blue Whales are so special they even have their very own whale song, which is unlike any other around the world. […]