10th June, 2016

Department of Conservation Director-General, Lou Sanson, and Lower North Island Director, Reg Kemper met with Wildbase Recovery Community Trust representatives at the proposed national wildlife rehabilitation aviaries’ site in Palmerston North’s Victoria Esplanade on Friday 10 June.  

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19th May, 2016

Independent filmmakers, DKLV from the Netherlands, will be treated to a behind the scenes tour of Wildbase Hospital at 9am on Monday, 23 May 2016. The visit follows the Palmerston North premiere screening of their movie, The Greenstone, which is also a Rotary fundraiser for the national wildlife rehabilitation aviary project, Wildbase Recovery.

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31st March, 2016

Palmerston North’s national Wildbase Recovery project has taken another step towards becoming a reality thanks to a $100,000 contribution from Powerco. The company will be the naming sponsor of the Wildbase Recovery Education Centre.

“Becoming the naming rights sponsor of Wildbase Recovery’s Education Centre was an ideal fit for us,” says Powerco Acting Corporate Affairs Manager Krysti Wetton. “This is a great way we can contribute to national conservation efforts and to teach children about important environmental issues.”

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22nd March, 2016

A donation of $10,000 from Fitzherbert Lions Club to Wildbase Recovery will contribute towards the rehabilitation and captive breeding aviaries for species such as the nationally vulnerable blue duck. The service club were recognised for their support with a visit to the whio aviary in the Palmerston North Victoria Esplanade on Tuesday 22 March. 

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P O Box 627
Palmerston North Central
Palmerston North 4440
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