AGM Information and Board Nominations

Updated: 6 days ago

Interested in standing for the PFK Board? PFK Board Nominations are now open!

The Board is the governing body of PFK and the driving force behind the direction and focus of the organisation. The current Board has identified some gaps they would like to fill. Do you have experience in any of the areas identified below and are keen to make a difference in your local community? Please consider standing for the Board of Pest Free Kaipātiki.

  • People and team management

  • Marketing and branding

  • Capacity building, volunteer engagement

  • Restoration and ecology

  • Conservation planning

  • Fundraising

  • Law

Key information:

  • For more information on what is involved click here.

  • For the nomination form, click here.

  • Interested but need more information? Feel free to contact us ( with any questions you have.

Please note - nominations must be received before 5pm on Tuesday the 11th of October 2022.


Annual General Meeting of Pest Free Kaipātiki Restoration Society (Inc.)

We are drawing closer to that time of year again, when we hold our PFK Annual General Meeting. So mark it in your calendar now - 7pm on Tuesday 18 October - all members and supporters of PFK are welcome and we are looking forward this year to celebrating in person what we have achieved together over this past year!

The details of this event are as follows:

Date: Tuesday 18 October, 2022

Time: 7pm

Venue: Northcote Birkenhead Yacht Club, Birkenhead Wharf, Hinemoa Street, Birkenhead

Format: The formal proceedings will be followed by a guest speaker and then social time and light refreshments.

RSVP: For catering purposes, please let us know if you will be attending by emailing

Notice of proposed motion - Update to the Society Rules

To be considered at the AGM of Pest Free Kaipātiki Restoration Society (Inc.).

An update to the Society rules has been proposed and received by the Board Secretary. To review the proposed changes to the Society rules please refer to the updated rules document. To review the reasons for these changes and the Board recommendation refer to this document.

Meet our Guest Speaker

Our guest speaker, University of Auckland PhD candidate Juliane Gaviraghi Mussoi, is currently working with the effects of sleep on avian vocal performance.

“It makes sense that, like humans, birds may struggle with communication when they don’t get the sleep they need,” says Mussoi. “But because of a lack of research, we’re only just starting to get a sense of exactly what happens when birds are sleep deprived.”

Join us to hear more about this fascinating topic and how it isn't just humans who suffer the effects of sleep deprivation!"

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