梅西大学动物学教授演讲:Hibiscus 和海湾的惊人鸟类生活

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6 月 13 日,星期二,晚上 7 点,布朗斯湾

我们很高兴欢迎我们的演讲嘉宾:
James Dale,梅西大学动物学教授
芙蓉和海湾的惊人鸟类生活

在本次演讲中,Dale 教授将重点介绍芙蓉湾及其周围令人惊叹的生物多样性,他将通过在该地区拍摄的各种图片和短片来展示这些生物多样性。 他将讨论控制动植物入侵物种、保护栖息地和种植本地植物的重要性。
他还将谈到即将进行的新西兰花园鸟类调查。

我们本月的项目更新来自:
理查德·赫斯特豪斯 (Richard Hursthouse),Centennial Park Bush Society
坎贝尔湾 20 年修复的经验教训

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种植、捕食者控制、轨道维护 – Bush Society 做到了这一切。 Centennial Park Bush Society 主​​席 Richard 将介绍 Bush Society 在过去一年的活动总结以及一些适用于其他团体的经验教训。

从下午 6 点 50 分开始加入我们,享用一杯茶和小吃,并有机会与志同道合的社区环保主义者聊天和分享想法。

回复至 [email protected] 或在 Facebook 上
欢迎所有人! 随意带一个朋友。

6 月 13 日,星期二,晚上 7 点
地点: Northcross Intermediate School, 10 Sartors Ave, Browns Bay
从正门进入学校。
经过接待处后上楼梯到员工室。

第 18 届新西兰花园鸟类调查 (Te Tatauranga o ngā Manu Māra o Aotearoa) 于 6 月 24 日至 7 月 2 日举行。 这是参与全国公民科学项目的绝佳机会,该项目有助于让我们了解环境的健康状况以及鸟类如何应对环境挑战。

参加花园鸟类调查很容易。 在 6 月 24 日至 7 月 2 日期间,您只需坐在后院、当地公园或学校操场上一小时,数一数您看到的所有鸟类。 您可以从 Garden Bird Survey 网站访问大量资源,包括详细说明、识别指南和计数表。 所以,现在就在你的日记中预定日期吧!

Restore Hibiscus & Bays 是一项由社区主导的非营利性计划,旨在汇集、授权和发展恢复团体、社区、个人、学校、企业和其他致力于根除害虫、恢复本地栖息地和 改善东海岸海湾和芙蓉海岸的水质。

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Restore Hibiscus & Bays 是一家具有慈善地位的注册社团。 我们的 mahi(工作)得到了 Hibiscus & Bays 地方委员会、奥克兰市议会、北基金会、奥克兰基金会、Rotary Browns Bay、世界自然基金会、彩票环境和遗产以及可持续商业网络合作种植新西兰计划的资助 DOC 的 Kaimahi for Nature。 如需了解更多信息,请访问 www.restorehb.org.nz 参与并捐款。
每个月,我们都会从我们的社区团体网络中发送新闻、信息和活动,这些团体致力于根除害虫、恢复原生栖息地并改善东海岸海湾和芙蓉海岸的水质。 请通过以下链接填写您的全部详细信息,以便我们确保您收到为您量身定制的信息。 我们还要求您与您的朋友和联系人分享这封电子邮件,并鼓励他们在这里注册以接收未来的时事通讯。

您是否希望与我们网络中的现有团体或项目建立联系? 单击此处的地图,查看有关致力于保护和恢复您所在地区的本地野生动物和栖息地的当地社区团体或项目的更多信息。 如果您感兴趣的地区没有当前项目,或者您想向地图添加项目,请联系 [email protected]。 我们很乐意尽我们所能支持你。

Join us for our Network Hui
Tuesday 13th June, 7pm, Browns Bay

We are delighted to welcome our guest speaker:
James Dale, Professor of Zoology, Massey University
The Astonishing Bird Life of Hibiscus and Bays

In this talk Professor Dale will highlight the amazing biodiversity in and around Hibiscus and Bays, which he will showcase with various images and short videos taken in the area. He will discuss the importance of controlling invasive species of plants and animals, preserving habitats and planting native plants.
He will also touch on the upcoming NZ Garden Bird Survey.

Our project update this month comes from:
Richard Hursthouse, Centennial Park Bush Society
Lessons Learned from 20 Years of Restoration in Campbells Bay

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Planting, predator control, track maintenance – the Bush Society does it all. Richard, Chair of Centennial Park Bush Society, will present a round up of the Bush Society’s activities over the past year and some learnings applicable to other groups.

Join us for a cuppa and snacks from 6.50pm, and the opportunity to chat, and share ideas, with like-minded community conservationists.

RSVP to [email protected] or on Facebook
Everyone is welcome! Feel free to bring a friend.

Tuesday 13th June , 7pm
Venue: Northcross Intermediate School, 10 Sartors Ave, Browns Bay
Enter the school via the main entrance.
Go up the stairs just past reception to the staff room.

The 18th annual New Zealand Garden Bird Survey (Te Tatauranga o ngā Manu Māra o Aotearoa) runs from 24th June to 2nd July. This is a fantastic opportunity to get involved in a nationwide citizen science project which helps to inform us about the health of our environment and how well birds are dealing with environmental challenges.

Taking part in the Garden Bird Survey is easy. You simply sit in your backyard, local park or school grounds for one hour during the period 24th June to 2nd July and count all of the birds that you see. You can access lots of resources from the Garden Bird Survey website including detailed instructions, identification guides and tally sheets. So, book the date in your diary now!

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Restore Hibiscus & Bays is a community-led, not-for-profit initiative that aims to bring together, empower and grow the network of restoration groups, neighbourhoods, individuals, schools, businesses and other organisations working to eradicate pests, restore native habitats and improve water quality across the East Coast Bays and Hibiscus Coast.

Restore Hibiscus & Bays is a registered Incorporated Society with charitable status. Our mahi (work) is supported by funding grants from the Hibiscus & Bays Local Board, Auckland Council, Foundation North, Auckland Foundation, Rotary Browns Bay, WWF, the Lottery Environment and Heritage and the Sustainable Business Network’s Partnering to Plant Aotearoa Programme funded through DOC’s Kaimahi for Nature. To find out more, get involved and donate visit www.restorehb.org.nz.
Every month we send news, information and events from our network of community groups working to eradicate pests, restore native habitats and improve water quality along the East Coast Bays and Hibiscus Coast. Please complete your full details via the link below, so we can ensure you receive information tailored to you. We also ask that you share this email with your friends and contacts and encourage them to sign up here for future newsletters.

Are you looking to connect with an existing group or project in our network? Click on our map here to see more information on the local community group or project working to protect and restore native wildlife and habitats in your area. If there isn’t a current project in your area of interest or if you would like to add a project to the map, please get in touch at [email protected]. We would love to support you in whatever way we can.

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