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There will be only three formal working bee's this month with the program being varied.
First up will be some more line clearing to help ensure access throughout the reserve is as easy as possible for the kiwi dog teams which are due a little later in the month.
The second weekend of the month is Taranaki Anniversary weekend and so there will be no formal working bee. But for those who wish to do something then some more line clearing would be a big help.
On the 19th the working bee will focus on trap servicing which is normally carried out during the week. We will have a number of our regular volunteers away during the week and this is also the week the kiwi dog teams plan to be working through the reserve.
The final working bee for the month will be attending to vegetation which is encroaching on our predator fence. This is a very necessary ongoing task for us and a good turnout of support would really be appreciated.
Welcome to the March 2023 edition of our Bush Telegraph newsletter.
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We invite you to take a trip out to the reserve soon and enjoy the beauty that late summer brings.