Our Branch encompasses a very diverse area from an environmental, ecological, geological and geographical perspective, extending from Dannevirke to Fielding, Palmerston North and beyond.
Bordered on two sides by the Ruahine and Tararua Ranges, our region contains the headwaters of the Manawatu river, as well as much of the river course and flood plain, and includes the unique Manawatu Gorge.
The Branch has roughly 500 members working together to help enhance or restore the environmentOur Branch encompasses a very diverse area from an environmental, ecological, geological and geographical perspective, extending from Dannevirke to Fielding, Palmerston North and beyond.
Further details on our Branch can be found on the Natures Voice Manawatu web page (http://www.naturesvoicemanawatu.org.nz/).
Manawatu branch holds public talks on conservation and natural heritage on the 2nd Tuesday of each month (February to December), in the Palmerston North City Library (Sound and Vision Zone), entry on George Street, at 7:30 pm.
Tuesday 11 April 2017
AGM followed by "Investigating the efficiency of mast triggered 1080 pest control for South Island Robins in Tennyson Inlet, Marlborough Sounds", presented by Mara Nydegger Bell, Massey University.
Please see "What's Hot" for details.
Forest & Bird Manawatu is an active branch, with members involved in a range of projects and associated working parties.
Please see the Events link under "What's Hot" for information on current events.
Manawatu branch in the news
Looming white-out for fish (August 2016)
Plenty poses forest pest plague (April 2016)
Getting on board with Forest & Bird (date unknown)