Kayak Day 2021

Kayak Day 2021

What a great day we had on the water at our VIP Kayak Day!  Thanks to the hard work of our 15 volunteers, doing the sausage sizzle, baking cakes, making soup, instructing, driving and helping people in- and out of the kayaks, guiding them on the water and sharing our...
Success with pests

Success with pests

The three aims of Matuku Link are protect, enhance and educate. The first protection part is all about pest animal and pest plant control. Pest animals we focus on are rats, possums and stoats as the main predators, with hedgehogs, feral cats, ferrets and weasels as...
Summer Working Bees

Summer Working Bees

Welcome back! We’re very happy we can invite you to Matuku Link again, after a very ‘different’ year… We’ve got loads of seeds to plant, trees to pot up, weeds to keep from smothering our natives… plus lots to experience and admire:...
Cake for crake

Cake for crake

Last week we did our annual puweto (spotless crake) survey, organised by John Sumich with support from Auckland Zoo (specifically Derryn, Sarah and Suzie). Over two very early mornings, they and the rest of the team (Anko, Emma, Stefan, Marjolijn, Wayne, Matt and...
The Team

The Team

In our five year plan we always had the aspiration to have a project manager or coordinator to help with funding applications, volunteer days, predator control, communications, visiting groups and all the other everyday jobs which require a bit more time than the...
Kayak Day 2020

Kayak Day 2020

The VIP Kayak Day, postponed from March, was a huge success with beautiful blue skies, clear water and the best of all: wind in the back upstream! All participants returned to base happy and hungry, keeping our volunteers at the sausage sizzle and home baking stalls...