Bream Head Conservation Trust
The Bream Head Scenic Reserve is classified as an outstanding ecosystem supporting a diversity of species contains unique archaeological, historical and landscape features and represents the largest area of coastal pohutukawa-broadleaf forest remaining in Northland, and one of the best in the country.
The Bream Head Conservation Trust was established in 2002 to restore and maintain these features and enhance its recreational and educational potential.
It is with great excitement that we announce the completion of the North Island robin (toutouwai) reintroduction into the Bream Head Scenic Reserve. Between the 12th and 14th May 2016 our final twenty beautiful robins were released.
For more details see our April 2016 Rangers Report, our Rocked By Robins press release or Bream Head Conservation Trustee Ben Barr’s article The Birds are Back in Town. A huge thank you to the Department of Conservation Community Conservation Partnership Fund for funding the translocations.
March 22 2016: Two more kiwi released into the wild.
Our new Trust Headquarters is open! Read about it in the January 2016 Rangers Report.
Grey faced petrel nesting at Bream Head Petrel Discovery Boosts Bream Head’s Ongoing Success Story
Weed Control at Ocean Beach: Please comment on our Five Year Plan
Bream Head Skink: New Species of Skink found at Bream Head
Skink Gallery: Bream Head Skink Photos