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Educational Resources

Are you interested in learning how to bring conservation into your classroom – and beyond? Check out the following links for more information:

  • Conservation education (DOC): The Department of Conservation offers a comprehensive online list of education resources. View the Primary and Secondary pages for more age-specific information.

  • National programmes (DOC): Keen to get involved with Kiwi Guardians, the Outlook for Someday, or other national conservation events and contests? Visit this page to learn more.

  • Nature Watch: Use Nature Watch to record what you see, identify unknown plant and animal species, meet other nature watchers and learn more about the natural world. Don't forget to download their mobile app!

  • Garden Bird Survey: Landcare Research runs a mid-winter bird survey across New Zealand every year. Mark your calendars so you can take part!

Cape to City in the classroom

Calling all Hawke's Bay teachers! Cape to City is focussed on encouraging healthy biodiversity in Hawke's Bay, and we'd love to help you share this message with your students. 

Our education team offers four tailored programmes on backyard biodiversity, marine, bush and freshwater environments. Additionally, we offer free whole-staff teacher training workshops with our Cape to City Ambassador, Ruud Kleinpaste, on cross-curricular teaching in the outdoors. 

If you're keen to work with us at your school, contact our education team to learn more.

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