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February 2017

Foreman Covenant

February 25 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Raewynn and Geoff Foreman have invited us to come and have a look around their QEII Covenant near Paeroa.      We will be doing species list for them. Meet:  at the bottle at Paeroa at 9am  

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March 2017

Mt Tarawera

March 18 @ 8:30 am - 5:00 pm

Meet : DOC Rotorua Office, 99 Sala St, Rotorua, go in Scion (Forest Research) north entrance and turn left before the locked gates 8:30am or DOC Ashpit Road campground, Lake Rerewhakaaitu at 9:15am. Grade :Medium-Hard and in particular confident walking on steep mobile scoria slopes and along high and sharp ridges. Registration: Minimum age 14 years old. Maximum of 30 people on trip on a first come basis but must register first with Paul Cashmore by Monday 13 March at latest.…

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April 2017

Whakamarama wetlands revisited (Kaimai-Mamaku forest park)

April 8 @ 9:30 am - 5:00 pm

Combined trip with Rotorua Botanical Society Following on from last years successful visit to explore wetlands at Whakamarama we have decided to return with our host to venture further up the track to explore another wetland. Host : Anne Mackersey. Meet : Whakamarama Hall at 9:30am (Opposite the school). To get the Whakamarama Hall head north from Tauranga on SH2, go through Te Puna and then over the Te Puna Stream Bridge.  After the bridge turn left on to Barrett Road.…

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May 2017

Waingaro WDC reserve (west of Ngaruawahia)

May 21
July 2017

Poland QEII Covenant Limeworks Loop Road

July 15
October 2017

Waitete Bay revisited

October 21 - October 23
December 2017

Killarney (Tuahu Lakes), Te Aroha

December 3 @ 9:30 am - 5:00 pm

Combined trip with Rotorua Botanical Society Meet : Corner Te Aroha Gordon Rd and Thompsons Rd 9:30am Grade : Medium Bring: Gumboots for wetland These two rarely visited small lakelets tucked away in amongst the exotic plantations of Waihou Forest support the largest area of wetland vegetation in the Te Aroha ecological district. Although not extensive this vegetation is very diverse, ranging from mesotrohic raupo reedland to acid peat bog vegetation with abundant sphagnum. The rare native water milfoil Myriophyllum robustum…

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