Meandering Mates Hunt


Join us as we check in on our friends who live in the Nabukavesi Stream! Freshwater macroinvertebrates scientist, Bindiya, will lead our 10th Meandering Mates Hunt to see how the critters or whom she considers to be ‘small buddies’ that live in the stream have been doing since our last visit.  Fun For All Ages – It is our 10th year already!

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Event Details: Meandering Mates Hunt

Saturday, 10th February 2024, 8.00 am- 12.15 pm

We`ll use the traffic light Bio-indicator designed by Bindiya to assess the health of the stream based on the species composition of macro-invertebrate in it.

Don’t worry if you’ve never gone meandering with Bindiya before! She will explain the “rock wash method” that makes it easy to find the critters who live in the stream, such as juvenile stages of damselflies, dragonflies, caddisflies, mayflies, aquatic moths, and more. These animals have ecological importance and serve as bio-indicators for a healthy stream.

All equipment will be provided. Please bring your own food and drinks for a picnic at the end of the walk. Don’t forget to bring something so you can swim in the pools of the three-tiered waterfall there!

This is a popular activity, so book and pay early to secure a place!

  • Transportation provided (40 minutes travel time)/
  • Meet at 8:00 am sharp to depart Suva from the Civic Center bus stop.
  • 12:30 pm departure from Nabukavesi
  • Fitness: easy walk

All ages are welcome, but children under 8 years must be supervised by their parent/guardian

  • Cost $15 for NatureFiji MareqetiViti members, $25 for non-members
  • Limited places are available so book and make payment early.

Contact Details

  • Contact Kelera Qasemasa: or NatureFiji-MareqetiViti Tel: 3100598/9345857

About NatureFiji-MareqetiViti

NatureFiji-MareqetiViti’s vision of Fiji in 50 years’ time is of a healthy environment maintaining its diversity of species and habitats, its ecological integrity and resilience, parts of which are in pristine condition.  Fiji’s landowners and general public will have a sound awareness of the nation’s natural heritage and will actively support the well-directed efforts of the government and its NGO partners in addressing the conservation needs and the sustainable livelihoods of everyone in the country.



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