• Tui Nature Reserve Wildlife Trust
    Biodiversity Project
    Restoring the natural heritage
  • Biodiversity Project
    Conservation Project
    Marlborough Sounds New Zealand
  • Breeding for release
    Breeding for release
    Species formerly present
  • Tui Home Slide Kakariki
    Yellow-crowned Kakariki
  • Koru Native Wildlife Centre
    Koru Native Wildlife Centre
  • Conservation Park
    Tui Nature Reserve
    Mature and regenerating native bush

Shining Cuckoo

Recently we have been joined by at least a couple of Shining Cuckoo’s, one unfortunately mistaken our window for a free passage but luckily after half an hour was on its way again.

Shining Cuckoo

The other visitor we regularly see on both sides of the peninsula is the Fernbird.
The Tui’s have taken up residence in the Beech tree areas, it’s a fantastic sight and sound, a real attraction for the Spring visitors of Tui reserve!

Leona and Liam received both their interim certificate with the dogs. Very exciting and well done for their hard work! They have half a year now to prepare themselves for the full certificate exam. More about this story under the news release -  click here to read Leona’s local paper article.

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Tui Nature Reserve Wildlife Trust

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