November 18, 2019 @ 7:30 am – 9:00 am
Kelston Community Centre
Cnr Great North & Awaroa Roads

Those who know something about Petrels will probably know that the way they land typically involves savagely crashing into the undergrowth when returning to their nests each night.
Thanks to the conservation efforts of some dedicated locals this is now a regular occurrence on Cornwallis Peninsula, where grey faced Petrels and other wildlife have rebounded over the last four years. That is how long Friends of Cornwallis, locally know as the “Petrelheads”, have been scrambling through the scrub, resetting and monitoring traps and cameras on several kilometres of tangled, steep and slippery tracks.
This will be a very interesting talk by Bronwen Turner, so please come along and enjoy the evening.