Lindsay Rowe – Trustee, Treasurer and Kaikoura Peninsula Colony Manager

The Trust would like to thank and recognise Lindsay Rowe, Treasurer and Kaikoura Peninsula colony manager, for the ongoing passion that he has dedicated to the Hutton’s shearwater.

Lindsay has donated his time and expertise to the Trust since its inception, and has been a key driver in ensuring that the Trust remains sustainable financially, and most importantly manages our colonies – he is the man behind all the research and translocation projects.

His dedication and knowledge are mind blowing – we consider ourselves lucky to still have Lindsay on board, seeing as he’s threatened to ‘retire for real’ more than once now.

You are a hero – thank you for everything you do for the birds and our team.

 

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Sponsor-A-Chick!

We have 7 Hutton’s shearwater chicks at the Kaikoura Peninsula/Te Rae O Atiu colony this season and have now begun advertising these for sponsorship on TradeMe. TradeMe listings will also be shared via our Facebook page. You can sponsor a 2015/16 chick for a one-off $150 donation, which will provide you progress from year 1 to 5, and include naming rights. We also have 2014/15 chicks that are still available for sponsorship.

2015/16 chick sponsorships:
#41 – Sponsored by Lorna Deppe
#42 – Sponsored by Caleb Armstrong
#45 – Sponsored by Geoff Harrow
#46 – Sponsored by Carol Howard
#59 – Sponsored by Jeremy and Ilana Miller
#70 – Sponsored by Blair Rowe
#72 – Available on TradeMe NOW

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Hutton’s Shearwater Bibliography

An annotated bibliography documenting extensive research on Hutton’s shearwater.

Hutton’s bibliography

Bird Of The Year 2015 – Vote for Hutton’s shearwater!

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Forest & Bird’s annual Bird Of The Year competition has kicked off, running from 5-25 October 2015. The Trust is representing Hutton’s shearwater throughout this campaign, please make sure you vote for our endangered seabird!

www.birdoftheyearorg.nz