Penguins at the Port - Community rendezvous
2 December 2019 - On 17 November, Trustees invited the community to join them on a tour of the proposed environmental precinct at Port Tarakohe. People heard about the community science project planned to be undertaken there.
The sun shone for an outing along the western arm of Port Tarakohe. Around thirty people turned out for the tour of the proposed environmental precinct. Participants heard about the work community voluteers had done to establish the existing penguin colony in 2009.
A community-based science project for korora conservation - creating a sand area for shorebirds, introducing an environmental education programme and ensuring a safe place for penguins and shorebirds - were some of the plans shared with the group.
Many hands make light work - 19 April 2021
Clean-out and expansion of the colony - 15 February 2021
Nesting boxes - a safe habitat for moulting too! - 8 January 2021
The last chick of the season has fledged! - 17 December 2020
The sounds of the colony - 8 November 2020
Flashing 'Little Blue Penguin' signs - 26 September 2020
And then there were chicks! - 28 August 2020
Signage coming to a beach near you - 10 July 2020
Penguin box replacements - 2 May 2020
Little blues at the Sand Sculpture Extravaganza - 7 January 2020
School children visiting the Penguin Shed - 10 December 2019
Penguins at the Port - Community rendezvous - 2 December 2019
Little penguin sites likely topping 300 - 6 September 2019
Port Tarakohe plans appear on track - 9 August 2019
Penguin Precinct for Port Tarakohe? - 19 July 2019
New Trust formed - 7 June 2019