Natural areas of Kaikohe Ecological District
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- Front cover (JPG, 204K)
- Foreword, Abstract, 1. Introduction, 2. Methodology and 3. Ecological character (PDF, 113K)
- 4. Site descriptions*, 5. Summary and Conclusions (PDF, 284K) except odd numbered pages 67–99
- Odd numbered pages 67–99 (PDF, 458K) only available as a scan
- 6. Acknowledgements, 7. Bibliography, 8. Appendices, and 9. Alphabetical index of sites (PDF, 322K)
- Location map (JPG, 132K)
- Map of surveyed sites (JPG, 161K)
- O05/076 - O05/085 (PDF, 2,318K)
- O05/086 - P05/007 (PDF, 2,174K)
- P05/008 - P05/017 (PDF, 2,121K)
- P05/018 - P05/027 (PDF, 2,155K)
- P05/028 - P05/037 (PDF, 2,104K)
- P05/038 - P05/047 (PDF, 1,896K)
- P05/050 - P05/072 (PDF, 1,969K)
- P05/073 - P06/019 (PDF, 2,150K)
- P06/080 - P06/091 (PDF, 979K)
The Kaikohe Ecological District is a compact area between the Bay of Islands and Hokianga Harbour, and harbours a wealth of ecological values. Many of these areas are mere remnants of a formerly rich ecological heritage.
This survey provides information on the best of what remains and brings their significance into sharp relief.
Kaikohe Ecological District is an area of natural gems, and it is a challenge for landowners, protection agencies and all those with an interest in conservation to find ways to maintain and enhance their values.
Department of Conservation
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This report may be freely copied provided that the Department of Conservation is acknowledged as the source of the information.
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