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Operation Ark: Three year progress report

Published:  

October 2007

This report details the progress made by Operation Ark to protect vulnerable populations of four endangered species.

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Summary

This report documents progress during the first three years of Operation Ark, an initiative which uses intensive pest control at specific sites to protect vulnerable populations of four endangered species – pekapeka (short-tailed and long-tailed bats), mohua (yellowhead), whio (blue duck) and karariki karaka (orange-fronted parakeets).

Publication information

Authors: Graeme Elliott and Richard Suggate

Science and Technical, Christchurch
Phone:   +64 3 3713761
Address:   Level 1
70 Moorhouse Avenue
Addington
Christchurch 8011
Postal Address:   Private Bag 4715
Christchurch Mail Centre
Christchurch 8140
 

ISBN 978-0-478-14297-6 (web PDF)

 

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