Public web cam for Ngā Uruora - Kāpiti Project

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Public Web Cam For Ngā Uruora - Kāpiti Project

Project 2016-10-30 11:14:24 +1300

 

Ngā Uruora -  Kāpiti Project is looking to fund a web cam as a community service for everyone that uses our part of the Kāpiti Coast. We envisage Escarpment Trail walkers (part of the Te Araroa Trail), fishers, spearfishers and the general public will use our web cam to check the weather and sea conditions as well as see some of the breathtaking sunsets we have in our area.

Busy weekends can see hundreds of people walking the Escarpment Track each day and providing income for local businesses.By driving traffic to our website we will raise the profile of the important conservation work that we carry out on the Escarpment between Paekākāriki and Pukerua Bay. 

Local ecological consultancy, Groundtruth, has kindly offered their assistance in setting our webcam up. Their other webcams can be found here: http://songbird.groundtruth.co.nz/ 

 

$400 will go towards the camera

$100 will go towards set up and maintenance

$50 will cover Pledgeme's administration and transaction fees

Comments

Updates 3

Only $65 to go!

01/12/2016 at 11:50 AM

Thanks everyone who has donated so far. Only $65 to go! Here's a video we recently uploaded to YouTube about the Kohekohe loop track, showcasing off some of Ngā Uruora's work over the years. 

More than 2/3 of the way there!

21/11/2016 at 3:07 PM

$155 to go! Please share widely and help us cross the line!

We're on our way!

11/11/2016 at 12:53 PM

We over a third of the way there! Please share widely and help us get over the line!

    Pledgers 16

    Anonymous pledger
    2016-12-05 17:41:57 +1300
    Louise Thornley
    2016-12-04 20:46:36 +1300

    "Happy to support more great work from Nga Uruora"

    Tina Pope
    2016-11-30 23:06:03 +1300
    Brendan Gully
    2016-11-30 19:50:10 +1300

    "Great idea, looking forward to having a quality view of weather conditions out over the coast :)"

    Ying
    2016-11-30 13:48:47 +1300
    Elena
    2016-11-24 12:09:21 +1300
    Brian Peel
    2016-11-13 19:17:12 +1300
    Hamish McKay
    2016-11-13 19:16:40 +1300
    Malcolm Garnham
    2016-11-12 14:15:25 +1300
    Anonymous pledger
    2016-11-11 13:06:18 +1300
    Anonymous pledger
    2016-11-11 10:18:01 +1300
    Tina Pope
    2016-11-10 20:57:15 +1300

    "Awesome project. Happy to support"

    Paul Callister
    2016-11-10 13:36:45 +1300

    "Along with my remote sensed traps it means I will be able to keep even more of an eye on the escarpment from home!"

    Steve Mann
    2016-11-10 12:18:07 +1300

    "This will be a great addition to NUKP tools for the volunteers who spend many hours on the escarpment."

    Sue Boyde
    2016-11-10 10:16:12 +1300

    "Good for walkers on the Paek-Puk Bay section, Te Araroa Trail - and for me heading out for my trap round there. Go for it, Nga Uruora!"

    Anonymous pledger
    2016-11-09 14:57:17 +1300

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    Public Web Cam For Ngā Uruora - Kāpiti Project

    Project 2016-10-30 11:14:24 +1300

     

    Ngā Uruora -  Kāpiti Project is looking to fund a web cam as a community service for everyone that uses our part of the Kāpiti Coast. We envisage Escarpment Trail walkers (part of the Te Araroa Trail), fishers, spearfishers and the general public will use our web cam to check the weather and sea conditions as well as see some of the breathtaking sunsets we have in our area.

    Busy weekends can see hundreds of people walking the Escarpment Track each day and providing income for local businesses.By driving traffic to our website we will raise the profile of the important conservation work that we carry out on the Escarpment between Paekākāriki and Pukerua Bay. 

    Local ecological consultancy, Groundtruth, has kindly offered their assistance in setting our webcam up. Their other webcams can be found here: http://songbird.groundtruth.co.nz/ 

     

    $400 will go towards the camera

    $100 will go towards set up and maintenance

    $50 will cover Pledgeme's administration and transaction fees

    Comments

    Only $65 to go!

    01/12/2016 at 11:50 AM

    Thanks everyone who has donated so far. Only $65 to go! Here's a video we recently uploaded to YouTube about the Kohekohe loop track, showcasing off some of Ngā Uruora's work over the years. 

    More than 2/3 of the way there!

    21/11/2016 at 3:07 PM

    $155 to go! Please share widely and help us cross the line!

    We're on our way!

    11/11/2016 at 12:53 PM

    We over a third of the way there! Please share widely and help us get over the line!

      Anonymous pledger
      2016-12-05 17:41:57 +1300
      Louise Thornley
      2016-12-04 20:46:36 +1300

      "Happy to support more great work from Nga Uruora"

      Tina Pope
      2016-11-30 23:06:03 +1300
      Brendan Gully
      2016-11-30 19:50:10 +1300

      "Great idea, looking forward to having a quality view of weather conditions out over the coast :)"

      Ying
      2016-11-30 13:48:47 +1300
      Elena
      2016-11-24 12:09:21 +1300
      Brian Peel
      2016-11-13 19:17:12 +1300
      Hamish McKay
      2016-11-13 19:16:40 +1300
      Malcolm Garnham
      2016-11-12 14:15:25 +1300
      Anonymous pledger
      2016-11-11 13:06:18 +1300
      Anonymous pledger
      2016-11-11 10:18:01 +1300
      Tina Pope
      2016-11-10 20:57:15 +1300

      "Awesome project. Happy to support"

      Paul Callister
      2016-11-10 13:36:45 +1300

      "Along with my remote sensed traps it means I will be able to keep even more of an eye on the escarpment from home!"

      Steve Mann
      2016-11-10 12:18:07 +1300

      "This will be a great addition to NUKP tools for the volunteers who spend many hours on the escarpment."

      Sue Boyde
      2016-11-10 10:16:12 +1300

      "Good for walkers on the Paek-Puk Bay section, Te Araroa Trail - and for me heading out for my trap round there. Go for it, Nga Uruora!"

      Anonymous pledger
      2016-11-09 14:57:17 +1300

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      This campaign was successful and got its funding on 16/12/2016 at 5:00 PM.