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Welcome to the Behavioural Ecology and Conservation Programme

The Programme is composed of researchers from Massey University, The University of Auckland, EcoQuest Education Foundation, The University of New Hampshire and the Department of Conservation, together with the owners of one of the study sites, whose interests are in the areas of Behavioural Ecology and Conservation.

Our mission is to promote and implement collaborative research involving scientists, landowners and Maori, which leads to the development of wildlife management techniques to support NZ conservation efforts, particularly those related to birds.

Currently our efforts concentrate in work carried out at discrete island locations in the North Island aimed to help kiwi, hihi and saddlebacks. However, we aim to expand our projects into mainland sites such as Maungatautiri. Please visit our section on projects to learn more.

Videos

Video1
Wild kiwi pair coming out of their burrow at night

Video2
Display of Maori culture on Mokoia Island

Memberships

NZ Wildlife Health Centre (please click for more information)

 

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