Saturday 13th June to Saturday 20th June – Planting Week
Currently on HOLD: The Friends of the Findlay Reserve will have 10,000 plants to put in the ground and continue the work to restore the mauri of the land. We will need all hands on deck so if you would like to help us, contact Chelsea at the Centre – email@example.com
Sunday 28th June 2:00PM – AGM
Our Annual General Meeting, which has been rescheduled due to the Covid-19 pandemic, is now scheduled for 2pm Sunday 28th June subject to any restrictions that may apply at the time. This is also the Firth of Thames Wader Census day so see the details below if you’d like to join in or with the 12:30pm high tide there will be good birdwatching before the meeting. After the AGM Adrian Riegen and Jim Eagles will report on the godwit and Kuriri tracking projects.
Sunday 28th June – Birds New Zealand – Firth of Thames Wader Census
Help us collect the winter census data for the Firth of Thames. Phone Tony Habraken on 09 238 5284 for details.
Saturday August 15th 6:00PM – Winter Potluck Dinner
There will be a Working Bee from 10:00AM to 2:00PM and then it will be a good time to watch the birds around the high tide at 4:00PM. Followed by a Potluck dinner at 6:00PM.
Sunday October 18th – Welcome to the Birds
See the birds that have just arrived back from the Arctic and wish our New Zealand migrants well on their migration south. High tide is at 9.00AM with good bird watching from 7:00AM. Speaker and timing TBD.
Sunday 22nd November – Birds New Zealand – Firth of Thames Wader Census
Help us collect the summer census data for the Firth of Thames. Phone Tony Habraken on 09 238 5284 for details.
Please check back regularly for any additions or changes to the programme.