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24th June, 2016

Palmerston North Intermediate Normal School’s Hayley Stewart attended the xrays of a morepork at Massey University’s Wildbase Hospital recently. Hayley is Manawatu MoreFM’s Wildbase Recovery Junior Journo. Her role involves reporting on the morepork’s recovery from a broken foot, as well as raising awareness for the national wildlife rehabilitation.

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28th August, 2015

Conservation practitioners from around New Zealand are in Palmerston North to discuss native species-based conservation initiatives and challenges this week. As part of the Wildbase Recovery Conference an auction dinner was held on Thursday 27 August, where Department of Conservation announced Wildbase Recovery Community Trust’s successful application to the DOC Community Conservation Partnership Fund (CCPF).

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27th August, 2015

In her Wildbase Recovery Conference keynote, Threatened Species Ambassador, Nicola Toki, said most people could identify a Kardashian but questioned how many would recognise native birds such as the kōkako, kākā or kākāriki.

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28th July, 2015

The Wildbase Recovery Community Trust invites you to join them and conservation practitioners from around New Zealand, at the Wildbase Recovery Conference Auction Dinner at 7pm, Thursday 27 August 2015.

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1st July, 2015

Registrations are now open for the 2015 Wildbase Recovery Conference, being held in Palmerston North, Thursday 27 and Friday 28 August 2015. The conference theme is Operational Conservation: species based recovery in New Zealand, and we have an exciting list of speakers lined up for you.

Wildbase Recovery Ambassador, Nicola Toki, is the keynote speaker, with an array of marine mammal, waterfowl, migratory shorebird, frog and bat specialists from Massey University, the Department of Conservation and independent organisations also offering their valuable expertise.

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Wildbase Recovery Community Trust

P O Box 627
Palmerston North Central
Palmerston North 4440
New Zealand