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HELP SAVE YOUR NATIONAL ICON - Without intervention, kiwi face the very real possibility of extinction in our life time. You can help make a difference.

HELP SAVE YOUR NATIONAL ICON

An average of 27 kiwi are killed by predators EVERY WEEK.

Without intervention, kiwi face the very real possibility of extinction in our life time.

You can help make a difference.

Our objective is to provide advocacy and education to the public as well as being breeders and conservators of rare and endangered native species of animals and birds of New Zealand - in particular the conservation and breeding of all species of Kiwi.

We rely on your generosity to help with supporting the Trust's goals to provide care, rehabilitation and breeding programmes for New Zealand native species.

Without this support it would be impossible for us to undertake the work we do towards trying to keep a number of unique, diverse species from becoming extinct.

ABOUT US

 

In 1980 a group was formed who were interested in preservation and displaying animals and plants of particular significance to New Zealand under the banner of the Willowbank Wildlife Trust. In 1991 the Trust Deed was amended and became known as the New Zealand Conservation Trust [NZCT] in 1994.
 
Her Royal Highness Princess Anne is Patron of the Trust and formally opened the Kiwi Nocturnal House in 1995 as well as the Public Kiwi Viewing Centre in 2008.      
 
The New Zealand Conservation Trust is a non-profit organisation certified under the Charitable Trusts Act 1957.

The Trust is bound by a formal Deed of Trust and is based at Willowbank Wildlife Reserve in Christchurch and has a lease on a one hectare predator-free area and various other facilities for Kiwi breeding and display.

Objectives of the Trust

To provide advocacy and education to the public as well as being breeders and conservators of rare and endangered native species of animals and birds of New Zealand - in particular the conservation and breeding of all species of Kiwi.

Our Vision

To ensure through our Kiwi breeding programme that Kiwi populations reach a  sustainable level in the wild

  • To increase awareness of the plight of our national icon, the Kiwi, and create a network of motivated New Zealanders to actively contribute towards maintaining and enhancing our native environment and species
  • To contribute to various native species breeding programmes
  • To expand the education and advocacy programme

 

 

HELP SAVE YOUR NATIONAL ICON

An average of 27 kiwi are killed by predators EVERY WEEK.

Without intervention, kiwi face the very real possibility of extinction in our life time.

You can help make a difference.

Our objective is to provide advocacy and education to the public as well as being breeders and conservators of rare and endangered native species of animals and birds of New Zealand - in particular the conservation and breeding of all species of Kiwi.

We rely on your generosity to help with supporting the Trust's goals to provide care, rehabilitation and breeding programmes for New Zealand native species.

Without this support it would be impossible for us to undertake the work we do towards trying to keep a number of unique, diverse species from becoming extinct.

ABOUT US

 

In 1980 a group was formed who were interested in preservation and displaying animals and plants of particular significance to New Zealand under the banner of the Willowbank Wildlife Trust. In 1991 the Trust Deed was amended and became known as the New Zealand Conservation Trust [NZCT] in 1994.
 
Her Royal Highness Princess Anne is Patron of the Trust and formally opened the Kiwi Nocturnal House in 1995 as well as the Public Kiwi Viewing Centre in 2008.      
 
The New Zealand Conservation Trust is a non-profit organisation certified under the Charitable Trusts Act 1957.

The Trust is bound by a formal Deed of Trust and is based at Willowbank Wildlife Reserve in Christchurch and has a lease on a one hectare predator-free area and various other facilities for Kiwi breeding and display.

Objectives of the Trust

To provide advocacy and education to the public as well as being breeders and conservators of rare and endangered native species of animals and birds of New Zealand - in particular the conservation and breeding of all species of Kiwi.

Our Vision

To ensure through our Kiwi breeding programme that Kiwi populations reach a  sustainable level in the wild

  • To increase awareness of the plight of our national icon, the Kiwi, and create a network of motivated New Zealanders to actively contribute towards maintaining and enhancing our native environment and species
  • To contribute to various native species breeding programmes
  • To expand the education and advocacy programme

 

 

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