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The Management of the outlying islands of New Zealand with special reference to the Antipodes Islands
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1980)
My interest in the outlying islands of New Zealand began with a visit to the Bounties and Antipodes Islands as part of the B.A.A.S. Expedition 1978 . This expedition was organised by the Wildlife Service of the Department ...
Himalayan thar in New Zealand: issues in management of an introduced mammal
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1985)
The Himalayan thar hemitragus jemlahicus is a large goat-like animal native to the central Himalayas. Thar were introduced to the South Island of New Zealand in 1904 to provide sport for New Zealanders and visitors from ...
Trekkers : the needs, behaviour and wants of the back country horse trekker
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1982)
For the purposes of this dissertation, some horse trekkers in the Canterbury area were questioned. People who were the main contributors of information, were from Pony Clubs, Bridleways and Concessionaries. Individuals ...
Whale stranding rescues : a contribution to conservation?
(Lincoln University, 1994)
The purpose of this dissertation is to question and reflect upon the human involvement in whale stranding rescues. The overall question considered in this study was, should New Zealanders be rescuing stranded whales, and ...