14th September, 2016

Coinciding with Conservation Week, Central Energy Trust has announced a $2million grant towards the development of the Wildbase Recovery project. This brings the total amount raised to $5.6million, just over $100,000 shy of the target. The centre has been named Central Energy Trust Wildbase Recovery in recognition of their contribution.

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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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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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Wildbase Recovery Community Trust


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