This document lists the current holdings of the Bay of Plenty Conservancy vertebrate skull and sign reference collection held at Rotorua. These are relevant to the research and management of pest
and threatened species in the Bay of Plenty Conservancy.
Mountain beech seedlings were tagged in 99 plots in Kaweka Forest Park (monitored between 1997 and 2004) to model seedling growth, recruitment and survival under three deer control treatments.
Lean about the the restoration of the streams and lakes at Zealandia - Karori Sanctuary.
This is a Wild Animal Control Plan for the management of Himalayan thar.
The Department of Conservation is responsible for the management of the Kaimanawa wild horses. This document discusses management options and recommendations.
Review the Kaimanawa Wild Horses Working Plan 2012 – 2017.
This 10 year plan identifies monitoring to help understand the effects of animal pests on the vegetation of the Chatham Islands.
The Canterbury Conservancy operational plan for tahr control is produced annually. It identifies how
tahr is to be managed, and where necessary controlled within the region.
Client report prepared for the Department of Conservation by the Centre for Biodiversity and Ecology Research (CBER), University of Waikato.
The aim of this scoping document is to present options for the removal of deer on Secretary Island in the near future.
The eradication of red deer from Secretary Island is proposed to protect the ecological values of the island, and to test and develop methods for intensive control of deer.
The objective of this document is to outline an operational plan for the removal of stoats from Secretary Island and its continued maintenance in a stoat-free state.
Removing deer from Secretary Island will allow the regeneration of many plants that are vulnerable to browsing.
Learn how possum control is affecting the condition of northern rata trees in the Tararua Forest Park.
This report summarises the animal pest control and monitoring carried out in the Eglinton Valley between July 2011 and June 2012. Invasive animal pests are controlled to protect a range of threatened native species present in the valley.
Whio numbers in Fiordland are greatly affected by predation by stoats. This report summarises the animal pest control and monitoring carried out in the Clinton, Arthur, and Cleddau Valleys, Fiordland, between July 2010 and June 2011.
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