2050 Ecological Vision

2050 Ecological Vision

for Banks Peninsula

Goal 1

Goal 1

All old growth forest remnants of Banks Peninsula cover are protected and appropriately managed.
Goal 2

Goal 2

Rare ecosystems are protected and appropriately managed.
Goal 3

Goal 3

The connections between land, freshwater and marine habitats are managed to support viable populations of species that depend on them.
Goal 4

Goal 4

Four core indigenous forest areas of more than 1000 ha each have been protected.
Goal 5

Goal 5

Land and freshwater primarily used for production and for settlement also supports thriving indigenous biodiversity.
Goal 6

Goal 6

Rare and common indigenous flora and fauna of Banks Peninsula are increasingly abundant.
Goal 7

Goal 7

At least two locally extinct species have been reintroduced.
Goal 8

Goal 8

Banks Peninsula is effectively free of pest animals.

The Banks Peninsula Conservation Trust (BPCT) was formed in 2001. It is a non-profit organisation that works with land owners, agencies, sponsors and the wider community to promote the conservation and enhancement of indigenous biodiversity and sustainable land management on Banks Peninsula. 

We believe that conservation is about people.

We want to inspire people to be passionate about the environment around them, to understand it, their relationship with it, and take action to protect and restore it.

Morepork Boxes

Morepork

Rifleman NZ Native

Rifleman

Tui NZ Native

Tui

Yellow Eyed Penguin

Yellow Eyed Penguin

Banks Peninsula Tree Weta

Banks Peninsula Tree Weta

Akaroa Daisy

Akaroa Daisy

White Flippered Penguin

White Flippered Penguin

Jewelled Geko

Jewelled Geko

Office Location

698 Christchurch Akaroa Highway
Tai Tapu 7645
Christchurch
New Zealand

Postal Address 

P O Box 146
Tai Tapu 7645
Christchurch
New Zealand

Phone and Email

E: enquires@bpct.org.nz
P: +64 (03) 329 6340

 

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