Pūkaha officially opens forest wedding venue

Pūkaha officially opens forest wedding venue

Pūkaha officially opens forest wedding venue 08/06/2019 Mount Bruce, Masterton Pūkaha National Wildlife Centre has officially opened as a wedding venue. The 942-hectare reserve, which also doubles as a captive breeding site for critically endangered native birds, has...
Why We Love the Love Pūkaha Dinner

Why We Love the Love Pūkaha Dinner

7 Reasons for the Love Pūkaha Dinner by Helen Cordery Pūkaha relies on visitor numbers, generous sponsorship and large-scale events such as the annual Love Pūkaha fundraising dinner to achieve its forest restoration goals.  This is one of the biggest nights on our...
Saving the Shore Plover

Saving the Shore Plover

Saving the Shore Plover by Helen Cordery As birds go, the tuturuatu (shore plover or shore dotterel) could do with some urgent PR. While it’s tiny and amusingly docile, very few New Zealanders have ever heard of them. In the meantime, this beautiful, endemic...
Discover Pūkaha

Discover Pūkaha

Discover Pūkaha A Journey into New Zealand Forest by Helen Cordery Pūkaha. The name means “windy mountain” but scratch beneath the surface and you find it is a whole lot more. It may be a national wildlife centre and successful breeding conservation site, but it’s...

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