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Coal Island (Te Puka Hereka), Preservation Inlet, Fiordland
Provider: South West NZ Endangered Species Trust
The South West NZ Endangered Species Trust has been working on establishing a safe haven for endangered spieces on Coal Island in Preservation Inlet, Fiordland.
Volunteers have the opportunity to participate in the project on 3-monthly trips to check and maintain stoat traps. Trips run in September, December, February and May each year. Each trip is typically 5 days in duration. As well as undertaking conservation work, volunteers have the opportunity to visit Puysegur Point light house and historic gold workings in the Preservation Inlet area. Accommodation is provided at "Kisbee Lodge" in Preservation Inlet and a historic hut near Puysegur Point. There is a charge of $800 per person (plus food costs) to cover food and helicopter flights. There is space for 5 volunteers on each trip.
A meduim level of tramping fitness and good bush skills (2 days tramping of up to 8 hours)