The Great Kererū Count
|Date:||Sunday September 26, 2021|
The Great Kererū Count is on again and was set up to help get a better understanding of Kererū numbers and distribution across New Zealand. The Great Kererū Count is an annual citizen science project and the more people who participate, the better the understanding is on how Kererū are doing across the country.
Everyone in New Zealand can get involved with the Great Kererū Count, whether you see any kererū or not, sharing observations will help build up a clearer picture of where the kererū live, how many kererū there are or aren’t, what they are feeding on and most importantly how best to protect them.
In a single day a kereru can fly 70km, so keep your eyes to the sky – to www.greatkererucount.nz for all the info you need to be a part of this important study!