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A blog about New Zealand nature, nature walks, wildlife observations, tramping, conservation volunteering, citizen science and children outdoors.

Birds are important indicators of the health of New Zealand’s environment. Help us discover and learn more about NZ garden birds by taking part in this great citizen science project

Garden bird survey

Birds are important indicators of the health of New Zealand’s environment. Help us discover and learn more about NZ garden birds by taking part in this great citizen science project

The garden bird survey is a citizen science project established to monitor the population trends of common garden birds in New Zealand. It attempts to answer the question, “Are garden bird populations increasing, decreasing, or remaining stable? Kids Learning Activities, Teaching Science, Common Garden Birds, Greenfinch, Bird Guides, Chaffinch, Book Character Costumes, Citizen Science
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Garden bird survey

BIRD SURVEY STARTS JUNE 28TH. The garden bird survey is a citizen science project established to monitor the population trends of common garden birds in New Zealand. It attempts to answer the question, “Are garden bird populations increasing, decreasing, or remaining stable?”

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The Great Kereru Count! t’s easy! Between the 22nd of September and the 5th of October 2014, look for kereru in a garden, park, reserve or school grounds – or any other likely outdoor place. We’re going to count kereru in cities, towns and the countryside all over New Zealand.  Adults, kids, teenagers, ngā tangata katoa – we’re asking everybody to help. Garden Park, October 2014, Teenagers, Conservation, New Zealand, Countryside, Cities, Wildlife, Science
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The Great Kereru Count! t’s easy! Between the 22nd of September and the 5th of October 2014, look for kereru in a garden, park, reserve or school grounds – or any other likely outdoor place. We’re going to count kereru in cities, towns and the countryside all over New Zealand. Adults, kids, teenagers, ngā tangata katoa – we’re asking everybody to help.