About us

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TE MAHI / WHAT WE DO

Research

The Seabird Trust will:

  • Initiate research and long-term investigations of seabird population health.

  • Facilitate student projects and long-term research.

  • Investigate critical threats to inform conservation action

 

Education & Engagement

The Seabird Trust will:

  • Support community groups and tangata kaitiaki to establish and maintain seabird restoration programmes.

  • Provide education pathways for seabird and ecology students.

  • Provide quality tools and resources for children, communities, policy, and decision makers.

  • Partner with marine research and education initiatives.

 

Advocacy

The Seabird Trust will:

  • Use our research results and knowledge to inform our policy advice on issues for seabirds to reduce threats to seabird populations.

  • Provide policy advice regarding ecosystem-based management and opportunities for ecosystem recovery to support seabird populations.

  • Conduct and support campaigns to build understanding of seabirds.