Sunday Working Bees

Sunday Working Bees

We’re back to “normal” – and are happy to invite everyone back to our Matuku Link Working Bees. For H&S reasons, if you haven’t been before, please REGISTER here. no need to bring your own gloves and spades, but if you do: everything...
Sound counts

Sound counts

It’s not about the number of pests you remove from the environment, it is how well the native flora and fauna is recovering. And that can be quite hard to monitor! Apart from anecdotal reports from locals that they see more birds (which is great!) or have seen a...
Ongoing predator control

Ongoing predator control

The “protection” part of our three pronged strategy – protection, restoration and education – is our ongoing pest control regime run by volunteers. It consists of traps (checked fortnightly) and bait stations (on a 100 m x 50 meter grid) with...
Postponement of Open Day

Postponement of Open Day

Unfortunately we’ve decided to postpone our World Wetland Open Day until we can celebrate it with the whole community… let’s hope that day will come soon! We’ll keep you posted, subscribe to our newsletter if you’d like to hear the...
Working Bees are Back!

Working Bees are Back!

Welcome back! Were very happy we can invite you to Matuku Link again!!! To keep everyone safe, we will ask to see your vaccine passport next time you come though. If you haven’t been before, please REGISTER here. Rest is same as pre-lockdown: no need to bring...
Art for Christmas

Art for Christmas

A wonderful wetland present Of course we said “yes” when local artist Celia Steenhuisen approached us with the offer to create unique artworks for us based on photographs by supporter Imogen Warren and our very own volunteer Stefan Marks – and we are over the moon...