Reference nr. 1866 : Bream Head Conservation Trust
Get involved with the Bream Head Conservation Trust

Bream Head Conservation Trust has several voluntary opportunities that include the more physical work of a volunteer trapper to more relaxing work in our native plant nursery.  If you'd like to join an interesting and diverse group who are engaged in valuable community work, please get in touch. Activities include:

Te Whara Forest Restoration Team

Bream Head Bird Monitoring;
Small groups head out early morning on designated tracks for approx 3-5 hours, 4 times a year. Interest in ornithology and have good listening/hearing with a reasonable level of fitness.

Bream Head Predator Control; Regular checking, clearing, re-baiting and trap and bait stations are an important part of the extensive pest control work of the trust.

Track Maintenance; Working to keep tracks and huts in good shape.

Native Plant Nursery

On the job training provided.
Group coordinators ensure that teams are involved in happy and social activities while doing this important and rewarding work.

Specific requirements
A reasonable level of fitness is usually required.
What to make a difference? We are always looking for fit and committed individuals to join our teams.

6 volunteers needed


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