For kiwi to thrive, we all need to work together

It doesn’t matter where in New Zealand you live, we can all work together to help protect the kiwi in its natural habitat.
Pet dogs

Pet owners

Dogs and kiwi don’t mix. Whether you want to take Murphy, Charlie or Spot on a hike or on holiday, find out how to make sure your dog never meets a kiwi in the wild.

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Hunting dog

Hunters

Pig, deer, or duck … It doesn’t matter what you like to hunt, you could run into a kiwi in the wild. Find out more about your responsibilities when it comes to kiwi conservation before you head out on your next hunting trip.

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Farm land

Farmers and landowners

A significant proportion of kiwi live on private land. If you’re a farmer or own land, find out how you can keep kiwi living on your property safe.

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Forest

Forest owners

Kiwi can thrive in managed plantation forests if a few simple precautions are taken. Learn how you can protect wild kiwi without impacting the management of your forest.

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Lifting kiwi eggs

Volunteer

Don’t fall into any of these categories but keen to help? There are plenty of volunteering opportunities available – discover some near your place.

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Other ways to help

Fundraise

To continuing saving the kiwi, conservation groups need funding. Support the mission by setting up a fundraising project or engaging with other fundraising initiatives.

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Shop for kiwi

Show your support for Save the Kiwi and some of our wonderful sponsors by purchasing products that will help us do more of what we do.

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Donate a day

Donate

Make a quick donation, donate a day of annual leave or invest to save the kiwi.

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Make a donation

Donations over $5 are tax-deductable in Aotearoa. Thank you for supporting kiwi conservation.