Volunteer for wildlife conservation work


Great news, we can continue volunteering at all settings in the COVID-19 Protection Framework (traffic light system). As of 11.59pm on 4th April you will not need to show a vaccine pass to take part in volunteering, however, to keep you safe, we will require all volunteers to bring facemasks to each activity. We ask that you also stay home if you are showing symptoms of Covid-19, are isolating or have a household member isolating.

Helping us to bring back the birdsong to the islands of Ipipiri, note by note.

Without the commitment of our strong volunteer base Project Island Song would not have achieved what is has done to date. As we look to the future we are aware how important that volunteer component is to our ongoing success. 

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Want to volunteer with us?

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As a volunteer you are a vital member of our community and contributor to our organisation, helping us all fulfil our mission and achieve our goals. We welcome enquiries about volunteering. There are a number of different ways you can support our work, including (but not restricted to) planting, bird monitoring, weeding, and advocacy on the islands.

Tags: Ecological restoration, Hapu partnership, Guardians of the Bay of Islands, Volunteers

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