Whangarei Native Bird Recovery Centre takes wild birds, from Sparrows right through to Albatrosses. If the centre is unattended, injured birds can be left in the cages on the front deck. We do not take domestic birds.FIND OUT MORE
Visiting the Centre
The Centre is located next to Kiwi North. Our information centre and aviaries are open to the public during visiting hours. Just head up the hill to come and see us.FIND OUT MORE
We are a volunteer organisation. Support from sponsors is very important because it is what enables us to keep running.FIND OUT MORE
The Whangarei Native Bird Recovery Centre Incorporated provides help, treatment and rehabilitation for injured and ill native birds so that they can be returned to the wild. Founded in 1992 by Robert and Robyn Webb, the centre is run with the help of a small and dedicated band of volunteers. Entry is by donation as the centre is a non-profit organisation that survives without government help.
We welcome your support and hope to see you at the centre soon to meet our talking Tui as well as the many other chirpy characters which find a haven here.
Become a Friend
We welcome your donation to help us continue with the important work of the centre.DONATE