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We were thrilled to be invited back for a tour recently through Palmerston North’s Wildbase Recovery.
Now up and running, the center protects, rehabilitates and releases native endangered wildlife. It is made of specially designed recovery aviaries, a walkthrough aviary that houses tuatara and a variety of native birds, a support facility for vet care, and the interactive Powerco Education Centre. Groups can book a guided tour to discover more about the facility and the unique journeys of their patients.
Central Energy Trust Wildbase Recovery is a partnership between Massey University and Palmerston North City Council. Other key partners include local iwi Rangitāne o Manawatū, the Department of Conservation and project initiator Rotary. Many other organisations and businesses have supported the development of the centre and continue to do so.
During the build phase, SPL supported the project by donating Supreme Diamond Hand Dryers. We are thrilled to see the facility up and running and doing an amazing job at preserving our precious wildlife.
Click here to learn more about the Supreme Diamond-V Hand Dryers.