Rees Bird Count
18 June 2022
In November last year we completed our third bird count on the Rees river. The numbers are encouraging and positive. It must be borne in mind that the numbers are only a snapshot and there will always be annual variations. It is the longer trend over many years that is crucial.
BACK TO NEWS PAGE
Just wanted to congratulate you on your predator control work. So many small birds compared to this time 6 years ago!
I recently visited the area around Glenorchy and walked the Routeburn to the second hut. I saw and heard some lovely birds. Keep up this crucial work.
Fantastic work guys!
Congratulations on your projects. The birds are beautiful
I saw one Kākā and quite a few Kākāriki in Rock Burn Valley yesterday! Thanks team for great work
The cost to bait all the river traps
The cost to maintain accurate predator data
The cost to complete an annual bird count on the rivers
The cost to check and reload all the river traps
The cost to check and reload one river trap for a year
The cost to check and reload ten river traps for a year