6 edition of Management of new deer populations in Northland and Taranaki found in the catalog.
Management of new deer populations in Northland and Taranaki
|Statement||K.W. Fraser, J.P. Parkes, and C. Thomson.|
|Series||Science for conservation,, 212|
|Contributions||Parkes, John P., Thomson, C., New Zealand. Dept. of Conservation.|
|LC Classifications||SB994.D4 F72 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||30 p. :|
|Number of Pages||30|
|LC Control Number||2003447161|
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Management of new deer populations in Northland and Taranaki SCIENCE FOR CONSERVATION K.W. Fraser, J.P. Parkes and C. Thomson Published by Department of Conservation P.O. Box Wellington, New Zealand. Management of New Deer Populations in Northland and Taranaki: Wayne Fraser: Books - or: Wayne Fraser.
Management of new deer populations in Northland and Taranaki Over the last decade, many new populations of deer, mainly red deer (Cervus elaphus scoticus), but also wapiti (C.
unicolour unicolour) deer, have established in the wild in the previously deer-free areas of Northland and Taranaki in New Zealand. Management of New Deer Populations in Northland and Taranaki (Science for Conservation,) by Kenneth Wayne Fraser, John Paterson Parkes, C. Thomson Hardcover, 30 Pages, Published by Dept.
Of Conservation ISBNISBN: | When deer must die: large uncertainty surrounds changes in deer abundance achieved by helicopter-and ground-based hunting in New Zealand forests. Crossref | GoogleScholar Google Scholar | Fraser, K. W., Parkes, J. P., and Thomson, C.
() ‘Management of New Deer Populations in Northland and Taranaki.’ (Department of Conservation Author: Andrew J. Bengsen, David M. Forsyth, Stephen Harris, A. David M. Latham, Steven R.
McLeod, Anthony P. WHITE-TAILED DEER POPULATION MANAGEMENT. The white-tailed deer is a very popular animal. People enjoy seeing, studying, hunting and just knowing deer are around.
Deer also attract much attention due to their interactions and effects on plants, other animals, and Size: KB.
Fraser KW, Cone JM, Whitford EJ () A revision of the established ranges and new populations of 11 introduced ungulate species in New Zealand. J R Soc NZ – Google Scholar Fraser KW, Parkes JP, Thomson C () Management of new deer populations in Northland and by: Control deer and goats that could enter riparian areas.
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taranaki Management of new deer populations in Northland and Taranaki Over the last decade, many new populations of deer, mainly red deer (Cervus elaphus scoticus), but also wapiti (C. unicolour unicolour) deer, have established in the wild in the previously [ ]. The proposed approach will not affect management of deer on private and Maori land, except for control of new and isolated populations and regulation of deer farming.
The Department will retain the ability to use powers under the Wild Animal Control Act to enter onto land to control deer causing damage to native flora and fauna. Taranaki Region had a population ofat the New Zealand census, an increase of 7, people (%) since the census, and an increase of 13, people (%) since the census.
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and Thomson, C. Management of New Deer Populations in Northland and Taranaki, Science for Conservation. Management of new deer populations in Northland and Taranaki. Fraser; J. Parkes; C. Thomson Science for Conservation 30 p.
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