Partners, Sponsors, and Supporters Here we wish to acknowledge our partners, sponsors, and supporters Discover more about the Otago region, the Otago Regional Council and the councillors who represent you New Zealand’s braided rivers are networks of ever-changing channels weaving between islands of gravels. They are home to many species of birds, fish, invertebrates and plants adapted to live in this challenging and dynamic environment. Support social innovation, build effective organisations and contribute to change. The Foundation model enables creation of Legacy funds in specific areas of interest, that others can then contribute and magnify impact. Mobilising and developing environmental leaders. Regional groups involved in a range of community-led habitat restoration projects including controlling predators to restore breeding seabird populations at Mt Karioi Provides wilderness experience tours from the Makarora River. Learn about local history, geology and biodiveristy with an informative commentary from experienced drivers The Speight’s fund established to support not-for-profit groups working to preserve and protect Otago’s natural environment Online database of bird observations providing scientists, researchers, amateur naturalists with real time data about bird distribution and abundance. Philanthropic organisation which applies its Trust funds for charitable and other purposes which are of benefit to the community. The World Wide Fund For Nature is an international organisation founded in 1961, working in the field of the wilderness preservation, and the reduction of human impact on the environment. Formerly named the World Wildlife Fund. A philanthropic family foundation established in 1994 by Stephen and Margaret Tindall International gold mining company providing donation contributing to biodiversity protection and enhancement Wanaka suppliers of outdoor equipment and optics Austrian manufacturer of high quality binoculars, spotting scopes, and tripods. Perfect for bird and nature observations. Home of the “Siberia Experience” operating memorable fixed wing scenic tours within the Makarora catchment The 2019 Goldfields Cavalcade to Hawea provided a community donation to conservation work through funds raised from delivery of this fabulous event! Birds New Zealand is committed to the study of birds and their habitat use within New Zealand through encouraging members and organising projects and schemes. Activities are organised at both the national and regional level, with 20 regions providing a local network for members to engage in bird studies. ES plans to use its Celium technology to create significant biodiversity gains while driving economic benefits. ES enables it’s users to optimise the way they manage and monitor devices and sensors, by delivering cost-effective wireless networks and applications across remote landscapes.