Flap, Munch, Flap – Great Kererū Count closes Sunday

How’s your counting folks?

The Great Kererū Count team still needs New Zealanders across the county to keep their eyes on the skies to help build up a comprehensive picture of where our native pigeon is – and isn't – found. The annual count closes this Sunday, 25th of September, at midnight. In short, we need your counts to help protect our beautiful kereru!

With school holidays underway, this is a perfect time for families and friends to get outside and get involved with this fun conservation count.

This year we have three options for you to make your kererū observations via www.greatkererucount.nz or with the iNaturalist App available on iTunes and Google Play.

It’s been a fun and frantic time for the Great Kererū Count team. It’s great news that there have been 2468 reports coming through from ...more ↓

Posted on September 24, 2016 05:45 AM by greatkererucount greatkererucount | 1 comment | Leave a comment
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The Great Kererū Count 2016
Date: 16th to 25th September 2016.

The Great Kererū Count is the largest national citizen science project to help gather information on the abundance and distribution of the New Zealand Native Pigeon — also known as the kererū, kūkū or kūkupa.

The Great Kererū Count proudly supported by: WWF New Zealand, Kererū Discovery, Wellington City ...more ↓

urbanwildlifetrust created this project on July 10, 2016
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