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Teaching resources

Download Teaching Resource (28 page interactive PDF: 3Mb) / iPad version (24 interactive pages: 4.5Mb)

goingoneDownload the BRaid brochure on two endangered braided river birds  (3Mb)

Signs (click here for the link): This page contains links to all the signs we use when displaying The Flock. Seven sign explain a little about each braided river birds, while the eighth explains a little about braided rivers and why children created members of The Flock

Fact sheets (below): these 3-7 page fact sheets (PDFs) include maps, types of river birds on each river, and threats to those birds. You may wish to select a river close to your school. These fact sheets were extracted from Forest & Bird’s Important Areas For New Zealand Sea Birds: Sites on Land:Rivers ans Estuaries, published in 2016 (250 pages). NOTE: the dates are of last known sightings or surveys, which on some rivers may have been several years ago, as birds populations are dropping rapidly due to threats.

Marlborough & Nelson

Otago

Southland

North Canterbury

South Canterbury

Fjordland

Useful quick links in this site

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