Date: 25th October 2023
1News joined our team in the field to discuss how Jobs for Nature was a springboard for our mahi, and… Read more »
Date: 4th October 2023
We have heard you addressing the many crises and pressures facing us as a nation, but the crisis facing our… Read more »
Date: 3rd October 2023
We are working with our partners including Rees Valley Station to create an environment suitable for a possible takahē release… Read more »
Date: 10th July 2023
Recently we worked with Jonny James to produce this video showing the area we work in and some of the… Read more »
Date: 5th July 2023
Recently we were approached by the Newshub show Paddy Gower Has Issues to assist with their story about why feral… Read more »
Date: 23rd June 2023
Our Project Director Paul Kavanagh recently featured on The Outlet Podcast – discussing our mahi, and how important it is… Read more »
Date: 18th May 2023
A potentially nationally and internationally ground-breaking reptile monitoring technique’s being trialled in Queenstown and Central Otago – our technique uses eDNA to monitor lizard populations in a non-invasive and cost-effective method.
Date: 18th May 2023
The Quail Rise Backyard Trappers are the newest community group under the Whakatipu Wildlife Trust umbrella. The Trust is one of our founding partners and manages 72 traplines and groups of volunteers in the Whakatipu.
Date: 16th May 2023
The Department of Conservation Director General, Deputy Director General and Southern South Island Operations Manager joined us for a visit to the Rees Valley to show our conservation mahi and discuss our plans to release takahe in 2024.
Date: 23rd March 2023
Southern Lakes Sanctuary is utilising new technologies in monitoring taonga species and predator eradication. We’re thrilled to be working with… Read more »
Date: 7th July 2022
Southern Lakes Sanctuary is one of six Whakatipu environmental projects to benefit from the Otago Regional Council’s ECO Fund.