Kea Conservation Trust talk
Sunday, July 30th 2017 2:00 PM — 3:30 PM
There’ve been sightings of kea in Hanmer Springs. Our beloved South Island native parrot is endangered so what are its long-term chances? What can the power of community do to reverse its decline? The speakers will talk about inspiring initiatives, and invite input from locals with historical knowledge, and our ideas about how to protect kea in the Hurunui.
This talk is by presenters Tamson Orr-Walker and Andrea Goodwin, of the Kea Conservation Trust, who are doing a roadshow around the South Island. This is an annual event for the trust, and the first time they are stopping in Hanmer Springs. (The venue is at the HS School, which is supporting the event).
To register, email firstname.lastname@example.org. A donation towards the KCT will be appreciated. There will be afternoon tea.