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Biodiversity Hawke’s Bay has appointed Dr Belinda Sleight as Biodiversity Community Facilitator, a new role that will focus on local community proje...
25 January 2021
Got a worthy environmental or biodiversity cause that needs funding? Well, keep this date in mind – March 3, 2021 is when the first 2021 Lottery En...
12 January 2021
Biodiversity Hawke’s Bay has launched its first contestable fund for biodiversity-focused projects in the region. The fund will give between $1,00...
6 January 2021
A personal interest and investment in environmental issues and sustainability has motivated an EIT student to produce a series of videos highlighting ...
11 December 2020
Te Mata Park, three time winner of the Green Flag Community Award, has been named as one of the ten best parks in the world. The Park has been awarded...
10 December 2020
Marie Taylor’s calendars have become a staple for the Hawke’s Bay plant community, and this year is no different, with her 2021 Calendar featuring...
10 December 2020
A report on a survey of landholder perceptions of predator control in the Cape to City Region has been released by the Hawke's Bay Regional Council. I...
9 December 2020
A Hawke’s Bay Vineyard owner has found a novel way to introduce biodiversity, by taking out a row of vines and replacing it with a corridor of indig...
4 December 2020
The Hawke’s Bay region requires greater connectivity if biodiversity is to survive and persist in the long run. Speaking to a full lecture theatre ...
3 November 2020
A leading New Zealand researcher will present possible solutions to the issue of biodiversity loss in Hawke’s Bay, at a public lecture at EIT this e...
29 October 2020
Biodiversity Hawke’s Bay Platinum Sponsor, the Hawke’s Bay Airport, walked the talk as they swapped computers for spades and planted native plants...
15 October 2020
Professor Bruce Clarkson, Professor of Restoration Ecology at the University of Waikato presents around the declining biodiversity in New Zealand, wha...
13 October 2020
Gwavas Charitable Trust for Puahanui Bush would like to see the biodiversity values of Puahanui Bush improve significantly, and they have drafted a st...
30 September 2020
The beauty of Rotonuiaha is striking. Winding up the dirt road from Raupunga, foresty and farming dominate the landscape. As you come over the brow ...
30 September 2020
If you keep your eyes on the sky, you might just see one! A small dark shape flitting like a swallow as it catches insects in the dusk.
18 September 2020
The Hawke's Bay biodiversity community have been busy over the last few months, despite the sometimes cold and wet weather......
3 September 2020
Eugenie Sage, Conservation Minister, launched Te Mana o te Taiao - Aotearoa New Zealand Biodiversity Strategy 2020 today.
10 August 2020
The sun came out in support of the Te Huka Waiohinganga (Esk) River Care Planting with tamariki from the local Eskdale School.
27 July 2020
A new report looking at New Zealand’s regional greenhouse gas emissions is being welcomed by Hawke’s Bay Regional Council.
27 July 2020
Check out the great restoration work taking place in two Kahikatea forest remnants in Central Hawke’s Bay...
21 May 2020
We are excited to be joined by the Hawke's Bay Airport this 22 May to celebrate the International Day for Biological Diversity.
14 May 2020
22 May is the International Day for Biological Diversity and the theme this year is 'Our solutions are in nature'.
13 May 2020
Across bubble country, 2000 kiwis beavered away through the lockdown and recorded 22 000 observations of 3500 species, all safely archived on our Stay...
24 April 2020
BioBlitz update, summer school student research, Bats in CHB, the achievements of our Platinum Sponsor and more.....
28 February 2020
Over 170 big kids, little kids, scientists and enthusiasts converged on Waipātiki Domain on the first weekend of February to discover and count numer...
The Conservation Company of Central Hawke’s Bay along with DOC and local volunteers have embarked on an exciting new project, identifying roost site...
8 January 2020
Be part of a fun collaborative group survey, with the objective of discovering and recording as many species of animals, plants, fish and fungi, or wh...
12 December 2019
Wairoa was the centre for biodiversity in Hawke’s Bay in early November, hosting the second annual Biodiversity Hawke’s Bay BioBuzz and Forum even...
14 November 2019
New staff, new committee members, exciting upcoming events and fond farewells
Students from across Hawke's Bay have been talking up a storm in preparation for this years Hillmac Electrical School speech competitions.
22 July 2019
Hawke's Bay Airport and Biodiversity Hawke's Bay are working closely together to restore an area of undeveloped land at Westshore. Article from Ju...
16 July 2019
Local businesses are getting behind Biodiversity Hawke’s Bay, with three signing up to become Biodiversity Guardians in the last month.
15 July 2019
Here is our Winter newsletter full of all the winter plantings, new friends and exciting events.
25 June 2019
Biodiversity Hawke’s Bay has announced the first ever recipients of the Biodiversity HB Project Fund, exactly one year since the launch of the Hawke...
27 May 2019
Catchup with the latest news from Biodiversity Hawke's Bay in our Autumn news letter
15 April 2019
Hawke’s Bay Airport has committed to the role of sole Platinum Sponsor for the Hawke’s Bay Biodiversity Foundation for the next 5 years.
14 March 2019
Around 60 people, including several children, enjoyed Biodiversity Hawke’s Bay’s trip to the Kaweka Lakes to mark World Wetlands Day on Saturday (...
4 February 2019
Join us for an exciting field trip to celebrate World Wetlands Day on Saturday 2 February. This Biodiversity Hawke’s Bay event is in partnership wit...
21 January 2019
Here is our Christmas newsletter full of all the Christmas cheer and good times. Thank you all for a wonderful first year. Cheers to 2019!
14 December 2018
Two people closely involved with Biodiversity Hawke’s Bay have recently been acknowledged with awards – Marie Taylor and Des Ratima.
3 December 2018
Biodiversity Hawke’s Bay is bringing together leaders in environmental education and protection to share their knowledge at a free event ‘Bio Buzz...
24 October 2018
It's glorious springtime here in Hawke's Bay. Read about all the exciting things happening in our latest newsletter.
15 October 2018
The region’s biodiversity has been advanced by the addition of EIT as another Guardian for Biodiversity Hawke’s Bay.
11 October 2018
A new, vibrant mural brings attention to biodiversity and the Nature Shed at the A&P Showgrounds during the Royal A&P Show.
11 October 2018
The Biodiversity Hawke’s Bay Guardians AGM in Taradale on Monday 24 September has led to exciting new additions to the Guardians committee.
25 September 2018
Tildy Ormond from Sherenden and Districts School spoke about farm biodiversity to win the intermediate section of the Hillmac Electrical Speech Contes...
7 September 2018
Sunday 28 October, 10:00am - 3:00pm at Aramoana Environmental & Education Trust Woolshed, Te Angiangi Marine Reserve, Central Hawke's Bay
16 August 2018
The Hillmac Electrical School Speech Contests’ topic - ‘Biodiversity in your backyard’ - is popular and 17 Hawke’s Bay schools are taking part...
9 August 2018
An exciting update on all the recent activities of Biodiversity Hawke's Bay...
11 July 2018
Central Hawke’s Bay District Council resolving at its Council meeting to become a financial guardian and member of Biodiversity Hawke’s Bay.
22 June 2018
Spending an hour watching the number of birds in the garden is something simple anyone can do, and provides valuable information for local biodiversit...
21 June 2018
The Biodiversity Hawke’s Bay Foundation is seeking two to three new Board members.
29 May 2018
More than 200 people have stepped up to stop any further loss of the critically endangered biodiversity of Hawke’s Bay.
24 May 2018
The Hawke's Bay Biodiversity Guardians are launching the Action Plan for improving the region's biodiversity.
7 May 2018
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