Seabird Habitat Restoration

Making coastlines safe for native birds.

Seabirds spend a significant amount of their lives at sea, however most still require healthy and safe coastlines to return to nest and raise their young. The Halo Project is committed to enhancing coastline areas known to be of importance to Tītī, penguins and other native bird species.

Activities include annual surveys of penguin burrows along the Doctors Point - Mapoutahi coastline and predator trapping along the project area. Future activities including working with the community to under take habitat restoration as well as looking at ways of mitigating recreational activities on bird habitat.

If you are interested in learning more about the Seabird Habitat Restoration activities please contact us.

We are currently looking for an Environmental Educator for the Source to Sea project. Click here to download the job description.



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