Christchurch East Natural Wildlife
Christchurch East has a range of natural wildlife and indigenous birds, insects, animals and plants, many of which are not found anywhere else in the world. The best known indigenous creature in New Zealand is the kiwi, a flightless, noctural bird.
Experience the natural wildlife of New Zealand up close with a natural wildlife experience in Christchurch East. See endangered species, unique birds, animals and plants and current conservation projects aimed at preserving our wildlife.
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Travis Wetlands are a tranquil and beautiful oasis in North East Christchurch. Explore the Millennium Forest, first planted in 2000. Tall tussock sedges and rushes bordering the pond are already starting to seed and spread naturally, while seedlings of future forest giants (Totara, Kahikatea, Matai) are planted here. Travis Wetlands is a place of beauty, tranquility and inspiration.
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