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Advert School Holiday - Orokonui - Autumn.

Orokonui School Holiday Programme 2021 - BOOK HERE

$10/person; children to be accompanied by adults; maximum 20 participants in total (children and adults). 

Two sessions per day, morning (10am-12noon) and afternoon (1pm-3pm), on the following days: Mon 19th, Fri 23rd, Mon 26th, Thurs 29th, Fri 30th.   Please click this link to book.

Programme as follows:

Monday the 19th April

Morning Session: Takahe in Autumn

How do our Takahē thrive during the Autumn months at Orokonui? Visit Takahē habitat and hear more about our two Takahē pairs, Waimarie & Bennett and Paku and Quammen.

Afternoon Session: Kākā in Autumn

What do our beautiful Kākā get up to in the Autumn months at Orokonui? Search for kākā in our native forest and learn more about our exciting research to protect these feathered wonders.

Friday the 23rd of April

Morning Session: Autumn Fruits

Which native plants are fruiting in Autumn, and which of our native animals are eating them?

Afternoon Session: Autumn Flowers

Where are our native nectar feeders finding sustenance in these cooler months? 

Monday 26th April

Morning Session: Warm Blood in Autumn

Which of our native species has warm blood? How does this help them survive during the cooler months?

Afternoon Session: Cold Blood in Autumn

Who has cold blood at Orokonui? What does this mean for their survival as temperatures drop??

Thursday 29th April

Morning Session: Thriving in Autumn

Who finds Autumn an easy time to thrive? Explore the beautiful native forest and meet our Autumn thrivers!

Afternoon Session: Surviving in Autumn

Who finds Autumn a challenging time? How can we help these precious native species survive these cooler months?

Friday 30th April

Morning Session: Autumn Ponds 

Who is lurking below the still waters of our beautiful pond in Autumn? Learn more about the lifecycles of our waterway dwellers.

Afternoon Session: Autumn Pond

Who is lurking below the still waters of our beautiful pond in Autumn? Learn more about the lifecycles of our waterway dwellers.