The Bream Bay Strategic Plan is an operational strategy for the conservation of Bream Bay, a 10-km coastal strip on Northland's east coast.
This report describes the most significant natural areas not already protected for nature conservation in the Eastern Wairarapa ecological district, and recommends areas for protection.
This paper discusses how to move from successful restoration of islands to ecosystem restoration on mainland New Zealand.
This study summarises the natural values of the Kaimai-Mamaku catchment. It also assesses the relative economic, recreational and ecological benefits of conservation land and ecological corridors within the study area.
Guidelines for minimising risks to researchers, the public, structures and facilities, New Zealand's indigenous fauna and flora, and sites within the East Coast Bay of Plenty Conservancy from any research activity.
Karst is widely distributed throughout New Zealand, often on public conservation land managed by the Department of Conservation, but it is a very minor component of the overall landscape - which makes what is there special.
View reconnaissance survey reports of some of Northland's ecological districts for the Protected Natural Areas Programme.
This Protected Natural Areas Programme (PNAP) report contains a large amount of information on the ecological values of the Otanewainuku Ecological District and is a significant reference work as it also gives guidance as to the conservation priorities.
This publication identifies the strategic direction of the captive management programme at the Pukaha Mount Bruce National Wildlife Centre in Wairarapa over the next five years.
The Matata Wildlife Refuge Reserve (Te Awa O Te Atua Lagoon) is at risk from debris, siltation,
infilling and subsequent lowering of the lagoon’s water levels.
This report describes the most important natural areas in the Wairarapa Plains Ecological District not already protected for nature conservation, and recommends areas for protection.
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