Birding & Botany on Ulva Island
Ulva Goodwillie is a Maori Eco/Nature guide who is passionate about, and absolutely committed to, Ulva Island and its protection. As a predator-free island, the plants and native birds have been able to flourish as nature originally intended, and a visit to the island is like stepping back in time. Either Ulva or an experienced member of her team will walk you round at a gentle pace, stopping at Maori Hill, with its lovely view across the sea, and one of the beautiful beaches. With their expert knowledge and first hand conservation experience, the guide will talk you through the unique flora and fauna, explain the conservation efforts, and answer whatever questions you may have. A guided walk is an essential part of understanding not only Ulva Island but also New Zealand's natural history.
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