Here you can find additional resources in your quest to restore the environment or make your garden wildlife friendly.
For planting advice and ideas see our Planting pages.
Palmers Gardenworld Miramar
Address: 71 Miramar Ave, Wellington 6022
Mon - Sun 8:30am to 5:00pm
For advice about trapping see our Pests pages.
PO Box 14712
Kilbirnie Wellington 6241
The official site of DOC series trapping systems
Haines Pallet Co
111 Hutt Park Rd, Seaview, Wellington
Ph: (04) 568 6898
Fax: (04) 568 6480
Prices may not be current
Enhancing the Halo
Become a Halo household member and and get a discount on traps.
Predator Free Wellington (Supporting and connecting community trapping groups across Wellington)
Predator free Miramar ( Local backyard trapping group.)
Wellington City Council
Phone (+64 4) 499 4444
Mobile free text 3400
Fax (+64 4) 801 3138
Postal Address PO Box 2199
Street Address 101 Wakefield Street
8am – 5pm (closed public holidays)
Forest & Bird
Level One, 90 Ghuznee Street
PO Box 631
Phone + 64 4 385 7374
Fax + 64 4 385 7373
Department of Conservation
Conservation House 18-32 Manners St, Te Aro 6011
(04) 471 0726
To report damage and conservation emergencies
Call the DOC emergency hotline 0800 DOCHOT (0800 362 468).
Conservation emergencies include:
- Conservation-related law enforcement (for example illegal white-baiting, vandalism of huts and tracks, removal of plants from reserves, killing or catching of native wildlife, fishing in marine reserves, disturbing marine mammals)
- Sick or injured wildlife
- Marine mammal stranding (whales and dolphins only)
- Safety Watch (damaged and/or unsafe visitor facilities)
Zealandia: The Karori Sanctuary Experience
50 Waiapu Road, Karori, Wellington 6012
(04) 920 9200
10am - 5pm. Entry fee.
Open every day except Christmas Day.
Last valley entry at 4pm.
Feather Friendly® was developed as a solution to save birds from window collisions. We are proud to be endorsed by leading bird conservation organizations.
"Dedicated to the Rehabilitation and Release of the New Zealand Native Pigeon"
Our vision is to one day see flocks of Kererū as a coomon sight on the sky
Native plants & weeds
New Zealand Native Trees
John Dawson and Rob Lucas
Craig Potton publishing 2011
Growing and using New Zealand Native plants
Edited by Ian Spellerberg and David Given
Canterbury University Press 2004
Reprinted in 2009
The Propagation of New Zealand Native Plants
Revised Edition 2007
The Propagation of New Zealand Native Grasses
Revised Edition 2008
The Native Garden
Designing themes from Wild New Zealand
Isobel Gabites and Rob Lucas
Revised Edition 2007
Wild Orchids of Lower North Island
Field Guide 2007
Department Of Conservation
Wellington Regional Native Plant Guide
Revised edition 2010
Greater Wellington Regional Council
A Guide to Identification of New Zealand Weeds in Colour
Compiled by E.A. Upritchard for NZ weed and pest control society 1997
A field guide to the native edible plants of New Zealand
Know your New Zealand native plants
2009 New Holland publishers
Plant me instead
For more information www.weedbusters.org.nz
New Zealand forest birds and their world
2010 New Holland publishers
Moa - The life and death of New Zealand's legendary bird
Craig Potton publishing 2012
Details correct as at May 2019