Fish and Game Hawke’s Bay's ‘Take me Fishing’ event in Jervoistown.

This month’s Wings and Wildlife, prepared by Jessica Maxwell, features the beautiful Eastwoodhill, which she says is a national treasure. Make sure to visit or stay when you’re up Gisborne way.

For those following the fortunes of the Kaimanawa wild horses, there’s an exciting new management tool for controlling the herd size.

Kaimanawa mares Photo Ros Rowe

Meet Andy McCall, HBRC’s recently appointed Urban Catchment Advisor. This is a newly-created role and one of the council’s responses to concerns over water quality in local streams.

Fish and Game Hawke’s Bay hosts children by organising ‘Take me Fishing’ events on a 3.8 hectare property at 22 Burness Road in Jervoistown. Budding anglers receive fly-fishing tuition from its Anglers Club members. It also runs education programmes for children, adults, novices and ladies who are keen to take up the sport. There’s so much more to discover about this place.

Eastwoodhill Te Mara Rakaunui o Aotearoa the National Arboretum of New Zealand

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