Volunteer opportunities

Our community pulling together to get things done

CALENDAR OF ACTIVITIES

Different tasks are performed at different times of the year due to what the weather allows, so here is a list of our activities and when we normally do them:

January

  • Kōkako nest monitoring on Mt Pirongia

  • Dactylanthus monitoring near the summit of Mt Pirongia

  • Mustelid trapping on Mt Pirongia

  • Bait removal from Mt Pirongia bait station grid

February

  • Kōkako nest monitoring on Mt Pirongia

  • Dactylanthus monitoring near the summit of Mt Pirongia

  • Mustelid trapping on Mt Pirongia

  • Bait removal from Okahukura, Northern Pureora Forest

March

  • Kōkako nest monitoring on Mt Pirongia

  • Mustelid trapping on Mt Pirongia

April

  • Kōkako nest monitoring on Mt Pirongia

  • Mustelid trapping on Mt Pirongia

  • Envirocentre upgrade opportunities

May

  • Mustelid trapping on Mt Pirongia

  • Fieldwork at Okahukura, Northern Pureora Forest to maintain grid

  • Envirocentre upgrade opportunities

June

  • Mustelid trapping on Mt Pirongia

  • Planting opportunities as available

  • Fundraising events

  • Envirocentre upgrade opportunities

July

  • Mustelid trapping on Mt Pirongia

  • Planting opportunities as available

  • Rat monitoring on Mt Pirongia

  • Fundraising events

  • Envirocentre upgrade opportunities

August

  • Bait station filling on Mt Pirongia

  • Mustelid trapping on Mt Pirongia

  • Planting opportunities as available

  • Rat monitoring at Okahukura, Northern Pureora Forest

September

  • Bait station filling on Mt Pirongia

  • Bait station filling at Okahukura, Northern Pureora Forest

  • Mustelid trapping on Mt Pirongia

  • Fundraising events

October

  • Kōkako monitoring on Mt Pirongia

  • Bait station filling at Okahukura, Northern Pureora Forest

  • Mustelid trapping on Mt Pirongia

November

  • Kōkako monitoring on Mt Pirongia

  • Bait station filling at Okahukura, Northern Pureora Forest

  • Mustelid trapping on Mt Pirongia

December

  • Kōkako nestmonitoring on Mt Pirongia

  • Mustelid trapping on Mt Pirongia

WHY VOLUNTEER WITH US?

We work hard to restore our natural heritage and ensure that our children will be able to experience and enjoy it too.

Volunteering on Mt. Pirongia gives a unique and hands on opportunity learn about our environmental treasures and to gain personal satisfaction in having helped restore an important piece of our envinronment and history.

 

We're a friendly crowds and enjoy meeting and bringing in new volunteers with the same interests.


We can't promise riches or fame, but we do reward our volunteers with you with refreshments after our project days.

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