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Otago Peninsula Biodiversity Group project manager Cathy Rufaut (pictured above), at a Queen Elizabeth II National Trust meeting at Glenfalloch, demonstrates how a tracking tunnel works.
The Wellington-based organisation held its regular board meeting in Dunedin yesterday.
Coastal Otago region representative Robin Thomas said it was an opportunity for Otago covenant holders to liaise with board members and demonstrate work under way on their land.
The board heard from several local speakers at Glenfalloch before visiting covenant holder Penguin Place.
Otago has nearly 200 national trust covenants. Covenants are binding agreements between the trust and the landowner that ensure special features are maintained.