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Kereru, New Zealand

Kereru

are a group of people in New Zealand . They have been members for over 3 years (1,235 days).
756 sent 760 received


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Lat: -40.47, Lon: 175.30 | Google Maps

About Kereru...


Avatar: The Kereru bird or Native Wood Pigeon of New Zealand

Watch and enjoy our video for Postcrossing 10th birthday :)
https://www.postcrossing.com/10years#Kereru
Read our postcrossing spotlight blog and learn something else about us
https://www.postcrossing.com/blog/2016/02/05/postcrossing-spotlight-kereru-from-new-zealand
Please visit our face book page (https://www.facebook.com/pages/Kereru-Childrens-Learning-Centre-Limited/531794516832558) and see our world map with our received cards around it.
Thank you to all our postcrossing friends who are watching our page. :)

Kia ora katoa. We are a small rural early childhood centre where our 2-5 year old children are currently exploring the world through postcards.

Subjects we like: Traditional costumes, culture, food, transport, and fairy tales that are particular to your country or area, famous buildings and monuments, map cards, and your cities or towns.
We would love to see native animals that are special to your country or area.
Really though, we will like and appreciate any card that you choose to send us.

Writing on card: Tell us something about the card you have chosen for us, or something about yourself. We love to hear about different cultures. :) Is there something special about your country that you would like to share with us?

Favorites: The cards that are in our favorite list are the cards which the children have decided (ALL of them!) are special. They are cards that we have received. So if you have sent us a card you can be sure that our children will add it to their list. :)

Happy Postcrossing everyone- Koa Pohiwhakawhiti katoa

Sadly we also have expired cards :(
We are unsure which deep dark hole gobbles up these cards but we are sure that wherever they end up, they are being enjoyed by someone! We will always send you a message when your card from us expires and another message before it gets to the disappearing stage (one year). If you would like us to send you another card, we are more than happy to. :)