The last confirmed location of Huia was the Tararua Ranges, in 1907. Huia could have lived not too far away, here at Pūkaha. These hectares are all about the vision of returning the forest to it’s former glory, during the time of the Huia. It’s about remembering what happened to the Huia in order to prevent extinction from happening to other species.
By sponsoring the Huia Territory you are directly contributing towards our vital forest restoration efforts to ensure that all our native wildlife have a safe place to call home. From monitoring trap lines, to tracking down kiwi in the forest, this could not be possible without your support – so thank you.
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Pūkaha is a charitable organisation. As a valued Pūkaha member you are helping us provide the best possible care for our forest and wildlife. We appreciate your support.
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