• Tui Nature Reserve Wildlife Trust
    Biodiversity Project
    Restoring the natural heritage
  • Biodiversity Project
    Conservation Project
    Marlborough Sounds New Zealand
  • Breeding for release
    Breeding for release
    Species formerly present
  • Tui Home Slide Kakariki
    Yellow-crowned Kakariki
  • Koru Native Wildlife Centre
    Koru Native Wildlife Centre
  • Conservation Park
    Tui Nature Reserve
    Mature and regenerating native bush

The bird life is gearing up for nesting season.
We've heard the first chicks up in the Beech Trees above our home and a Shining Cuckoo is also desperate to find a place to put her eggs.

shining cuckoo

 

In between the wind and rain we have beautiful days with very sweet smelling fresh air.
What a blessing!

 

September 2013:

Spring is in full swing, it is such a wonderful time of the year! After the warmest winter on record, we now enjoy red flowering Beech Trees. The birds are getting busy and there seems to be plenty of food for them.

This is a good time to make a booking for a wonderful stay at Tui and combine it with the mailboat and you will be experiencing the best of the Pelorus Sound. READ MORE

Sea of Red:

flowering beech trees at Tui Nature Reserve

Tui Nature Reserve Wildlife Trust

Email: | Phone: +64 (0)27 4483447

Private Bag 65023, Havelock 7150 Marlborough