Autumn-Winter 2024 Newsletter

Creating a lasting legacy

We had a flurry of activity over the summer with the last whio releases, our annual pāteke count, the kākā breeding season coming to a satisfactory close, and a celebration of our education programme achieving 10 years of connecting kids to nature.


As climate change impacts increase, we are seeing that the outcomes of our work to restore the Abel Tasman National Park go far beyond controlling predators, reintroducing native species and connecting people to nature.


There is growing evidence that healthy forest ecosystems and wetlands play a vital role in capturing carbon and stabilising climate, and over our 12 years of activity in the park we’ve made impacts that will have wider outcomes than those we set out to achieve.

We’re looking ahead to maintaining these gains so that the Abel Tasman continues to function as a healthy, species-rich and varied ecosystem that plays a vital role in climate mitigation in years to come.

Read the full newsletter here.



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