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The Pupu Rangi Nature Sanctuary is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to the protection of New Zealand’s native flora and fauna. Our goal is to protect and extend a vibrant ecosystem while educating others on the importance of conservation.

Nestled on the slopes of the Tutamoe peak in Northland, New Zealand, the sanctuary consists of 100 hectares of regenerating native forest. Views of the ocean, an unexplored forest, and the calls of the kiwi under the bright stars are just some of the many experiences to be had. Volunteers help us cut tracks in the dense jungle-like forest and follow the procedures required to restore the kiwi habitat. We work in the forest, rest at the beach, and have dinner watching the sun set in the ocean.

We accept volunteers between November and May.

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