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ABOUT THE HAMILTON HALO PROJECT: Find out more about the work we do and who's involved in this project.

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REPORT A NATIVE BIRD SIGHTING: Let us know if you see a korimako, kākā, kererū, tūī or kārearea in the Waikato region!

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TUI: Many tui visit the city over winter (May to August) looking for food. Until recently, only one tui fledgling had been recorded in Hamilton.

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BELLBIRDS: Bellbirds are only found in New Zealand, and until recently had not been seen in Hamilton for more than a century.

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KERERU: The kereru is New Zealand’s only surviving native pigeon and they are currently fighting for survival.

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MOREPORKS: Moreporks live in a range of habitats throughout New Zealand, however, little is known about urban morepork populations.

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GARDENER'S GUIDE: Planting suitable plants for native birds is essential for their return.

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PEST CONTROL: Find out more about the pests that threaten native birds, and how to control them.

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HAMILTON HALO MAP: Take a look at the actual Hamilton Halo and the work being done.

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NEWS: See the latest news, reports and research relating to the Hamilton Halo project.

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RESOURCES: See factsheets and related resources around the Hamilton Halo project.

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FIND US ON FACEBOOK: Check out the Hamilton Halo Facebook page for more updates from us!

 

 

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