PUBLICATIONS & REPORTS
Publications of Interest
- Predator Free 2050: A practical guide to trapping (PDF, 4,690K)
- Predator free 2050: Department of Conservation Resource page
- Predator Free 2050 website
- Best Practice Guidance for Predator Control / DOC
- Trapping Best Practice Guide / PFNZ
- PFNZ - What will it take ...'
ZIP (Zero Invasive Predators) 2015-16 report
- Waimea River Park Management Plan / Tasman District Council
- Waimea Inlet Strategy / TDC & Nelson City Council
- Plant Me Instead -West Coast, Nelson, Marlborough / Weedbusters
GOING WILD - GUIDING NATIVE RESTORATION IN TASMAN DISTRICT by Maggie Atkinson & Michael North
GO WILD is a new style of native forest restoration manual, combining the “how to” with the stories of people who have done it, inspire it and live it. It will guide you through the restoration process, from choosing a site and plants, to establishing 'pioneers', feeding native birds, protecting your regenerating bush from stock and predators, 'making weeds work for you', establishing wildlife corridors, restoring dunes and wetlands, trapping pests. Available at your local book shop, or from Tasman District Council.
We've all heard of Tiritiri Matangi and we all know about the Karori wildlife sanctuary. Since they were established, over 100 more wildlife sanctuaries have sprung up, all round New Zealand, where control of predators has meant that endangered native birds can breed safely.
Many now have such abundant birdlife that the stock is harvested every year for release in other sanctuaries to build up their populations. The some 135 sanctuaries include those at Maungatautari near Te Awamutu, Ark in the Park in the Waitakeres, Little Barrier, Tawharanui near Leigh, Purakanui near Dunedin, in Nelson and on the Barrier.
Available from your local book shop.